Billy Bishop Airport is a multiple-use facility with capacity for both commercial and general aviation. Landing Fees for aircraft (with the exception of flying schools and those operating under a Commercial Carrier Operating Agreement) are based on the aircraft weight and type of engine, i.e. either piston or turboprop.

Charter flights are subject to Airport Improvement Fees (AIF) for each departing passenger. The current fee is $15 per enplanement.

Please note, that Fixed Base Operators (FBO) at the airport (Porter FBO and Stolport FBO) charge a Ramp Handling Fee that is separate from the airport Landing Fee. For further information on ramp handling fees, please contact the FBO you intend on using while at Billy Bishop Airport. Visit the services section for contact details.

Important Notice: Landing Fees Increase


Please be advised that effective January 1, 2019, all classes of airport landing fees will increase by 5%. This will be the first increase to Landing Fees at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport since 2011. Over the last three years, the airport has invested significant funds to improve airport infrastructure, including the upgrade of runway 06/24, our primary general aviation runway. An increase in Landing Fees is needed to ensure we have the funds available to maintain the new infrastructure.

This modest increase will ensure every user contributes to the maintenance of the airport. Questions can be directed to the General Manager Airport Security, Compliance and Planning at mkarsseboom@portstoronto.com

Pay Your Landing Fees Online

You can now pay your landing fees online. Our online payment system accepts major credit cards and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 


 

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Fee Schedule

 
BBTCA 2019 Landing Fees for Itinerant Aircraft
  Regular Hours Restricted Hours Prohibited Hours
Fixed Wing Minimum per 1000kg Double the Regular Hours rate No traffic permitted (Emergencies & Medivacs excluded)
Per occurrence             $1000 fine for the pilot in command; $10,000 fine for the corporation.
Piston - Domestic $15.44 $5.16
Turbine - Domestic $28.19 $8.02
Piston - Transborder $19.43 $6.45
Turbine - Transborder $29.03 $10.41
 
Rotary Regular Hours
Piston - Domestic $31.50 $5.16
Turbine - Domestic $8.02
Piston - Transborder $6.45
Turbine - Transborder $10.41
         
BBTCA Hours of Operation    
Regular Hours 0700-2200 local time      
Restricted Hours 0645-0659/2201-2300 local Time    
Prohibited Hours 2301-0644 local time      
Time of Landing 0701 to 2200 0645 to 0700 & 2201 to 2300
Domestic Arrivals per 1000 kg Min. per 1000 kg Min.
Piston $4.91 $30.00 $9.82 $60.00
Turboprop $7.64 $30.00 $15.29 $60.00
         
Trans-border Arrivals per 1000 kg Min. per 1000 kg Min.
Piston $6.14 $30.00 $12.27 $60.00
Turboprop $9.91 $30.00 $19.81 $60.00

Our data security practices

The online payment section of this website was designed and built to ensure the security of your personal information.

  • Data stored by the Toronto Port Authority is held on a secure server behind a firewall
  • Credit card information is NOT stored on TPA computer systems
  • Credit card information is transmitted directly to the bank's secure server
  • All Internet traffic encrypted via a high-security 256-bit SSL connection
  • Our digital encryption certificate is issued by VeriSign

Privacy

Your right to privacy is very important to us. Our information storage and handling in our system conforms to the Privacy Act which mandates that:

  • Your personal information is not accessible to the public
  • The information in this system will be used for its intended purpose only

Our statement outlining our conformance with the Privacy Act

The Government of Canada and the Toronto Port Authority are committed to providing visitors with web sites that respect their privacy. This page summarizes the privacy policy and practices in effect on the Toronto Port Authority web site.

The Toronto Port Authority web site does not automatically gather any specific personal information from you, such as your name, phone number or e-mail address. We would only obtain this type of information if you supply it by sending us an e-mail or registering in a secure portion of the site.

Any personal information held or collected by the Toronto Port Authority is protected under the federal Privacy Act. This means that at any point of collection you will be asked for consent to collect your information, and you will be informed of the purpose for which it is being collected and how to exercise your right of access to that information.

The Toronto Port Authority employs software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage. This software receives and records the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the computer that has contacted our web site, the date and time of the visit and the pages visited. We make no attempt to link these addresses with the identity of individuals visiting our site unless an attempt to damage the site has been detected.

The Toronto Port Authority does not currently use "cookies" to track how our visitors use this site or to determine sites previously visited. You will be notified before any cookies are used.

Information gathered from users of this web site is only used by Toronto Port Authority employees who need it to respond to your request and to ensure the security of this system. We do not disclose this information with any other government agencies unless it is required to respond to your request.

The Toronto Port Authority is not a participant in the Government of Canada Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) at this time. The goal of the PKI is to provide a method of secure communications for confidential electronic correspondence with government offices and agencies. You may find additional information on the PKI and how it can be applied here.

Questions or comments regarding this policy, or the administration of the Privacy Act in the Toronto Port Authority may be directed to the ATIP Coordinator using the following methods:

E-mail privacy@portstoronto.com
Call 416-778-1230
or
Write to:
Toronto Port Authority
60 Harbour Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5J 1B7

If you are not satisfied with our response to your privacy concern, you may wish to contact the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.

Technical Notes

You must have 256 bit encryption installed on your computer to access our secure web service. If you receive an error message indicating that your security encryption level is too low, please upgrade your security.