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Porter Airlines will resume commercial service from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport on September 8, 2021. For more information please click here.
 

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Celebrates the Return of Commercial Airline Service

On September 8, 2021, Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport celebrated a return to the skies with the restart of commercial airline service by Porter Airlines and Air Canada after a temporary suspension of operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Billy Bishop Airport’s staff, stakeholders and government partners marked the day and recognized the conclusion of a difficult period for the aviation industry by welcoming back passengers and getting back to the business of making connections and supporting Toronto’s economy. The commercial restart coincidentally took place on the 82nd anniversary of the island airport’s very first commercial flight in 1939.

Geoffrey Wilson, CEO of PortsToronto, owner and operator of Billy Bishop Airport, was joined by His Worship John Tory, Mayor of Toronto, and Michael Deluce, President and CEO of Porter Airlines in offering remarks to celebrate the occasion. Passengers and staff were treated to giveaways and prizes, and a commemorative first flight to Ottawa attended by key stakeholders and partners was “readied for takeoff” with a special water canon salute performed by the airport’s onsite Airport Rescue and Firefighting team.

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Community Notices

Canadian International Air Show Notice of Harbour Closures

Please be advised that the Western Channel of the Toronto Harbour and a large portion of Humber Bay will be closed to marine traffic for the 2021 Canadian International Air Show (CIAS). Further, no watercraft will be permitted at Hanlan’s Point Beach during the Air Show.

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Billy Bishop Airport’s Marilyn Bell I Ferry to Begin Final Phase of Conversion to 100 per cent Electric Power

On Thursday, July 22, PortsToronto will transport the Marilyn Bell I ferry from Billy Bishop Airport to the Toronto DryDock facility, where it will begin the final phase of its conversion to electric power.

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PortsToronto to Participate in Global “Sound the Horns” Campaign in Honour of International Day of the Seafarer

On Friday, June 25 at 12:00 p.m., PortsToronto will participate in the International Chamber of Shipping's global Sound the Horns campaign in honour of International Day of the Seafarer. 
 

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