PortsToronto

Making Connections

Find Out More En savoir plus
PortsToronto

Billy Bishop Toronto Airport

Your airport in the heart of Toronto

Find Out More En savoir plus
Billy Bishop Toronto Airport

Port Of Toronto

Supporting Toronto's Economic Growth

Find Out More En savoir plus
Port Of Toronto

Outer Harbour Marina

Relaxation Starts Here

Find Out More En savoir plus
Outer Harbour Marina

Dredging Season Commences in the Keating Channel

PortsToronto’s summer dredging season has begun and visitors to Toronto’s Port Lands and waterfront may spot our bright blue tugboat, the Iron Guppy, and her crew working to remove sediment and debris from the mouth of the Don River.

Thousands of tonnes of sediment build up every year where the Don River empties into the Keating Channel. PortsToronto removes this material to prevent siltation and debris from spilling into the harbour, to maintain a navigable river depth and to allow the smooth flow of water through the Keating Channel. In 2018, more than 25,000 cubic metres of sediment material was removed from the mouth of the river through our dredging process.

Transported to the Leslie Street Spit by dump scow barges tugged by the Iron Guppy, the natural materials dredged from the channel and other parts of the harbour are stored in one of PortsToronto’s specially designed cells, which, over time, provide new habitat for marsh birds, turtles, small mammals and native fish.

Curious to know more? Click here to read our 2018 Sustainability Report.
 

Check your flight status

Arrivals Departures

Community Notices

Billy Bishop Airport Final Public Meeting for 2018 Master Plan Now Underway

Draft Master Plan Report is now available on Project Website at www.BillyBishopAirportMasterPlan2018.com

Read More

Change to Flight Inspection Aircraft (FIA) Used by NAV CANADA at Billy Bishop Airport Coming into Effect June 6, 2019

NAV CANADA Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ-100) Will Now Perform Flight Checks at Billy Bishop Airport

NAV CANADA undertakes routine flight inspections two to three times per year at more than 130 airports in Canada, including Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. In March 2019, NAV CANADA retired the only turboprop aircraft from its Flight Inspection Aircraft (FIA) fleet and will now use only the Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ-100) for all of its flight checks, including those undertaken at Billy Bishop Airport. The first flight check with the CRJ-100 at Billy Bishop Airport is scheduled for June 6, 2019, subject to favourable weather conditions.
 

Read More

2016 Noise Exposure Contour Report for Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Now Available Online

The 2016 Noise Exposure Contour Report for Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is now available online.

Read More

More Notices

Social Feeds

News

PortsToronto Reports Eleventh Consecutive Year of Profitability and Growth in all Business Units in 2018
PortsToronto today released its 2018 Audited Financial Statements, marking the organization’s eleventh consecutive year of profitability. All of PortsToronto’s core business operations – Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, the Port of Toronto, the Outer Harbour Marina, and Property and Other (real estate) – were profitable in 2018, generating $60.0 million in overall revenue with net income of $3.5 million.
 

Read More

News Archives