airports

An artists conception of the new terminal building at the Pitt Meadows Regional Airport.

Air travel taking off in B.C., but lack of traffic controllers a sky-high concern

There will be demand for more air traffic controllers: Miller

 

Williams Lake Regional Airport, and Anahim Lake Airport, will receive funding from the province in addition to grant funding announced earlier this month and February. (Patrick Davies photo - Black Press Media)

Additional provincial funding announced for Williams Lake, Anahim Lake airports

55 B.C. airports getting a boost for April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022 operations

 

Williams Lake will receive $393,000 from the B.C. Air Access Program to do some upgrades at the Williams Lake Regional Airport terminal. (Patrick Davies file photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

B.C. Air Access Program grants announced for Williams Lake, Anahim Lake airports

Williams Lake will use the grant for terminal upgrades, Anahim Lake to replace perimeter fencing

 

Provincial funding in the amount of $300,000 has been announced for the Cariboo Regional District’s plans to improve the Anahim Lake Airport runway. (CRD photo)

$300,000 provincial funding to fuel Anahim Lake Airport runway upgrade

The recovery grant is one of 38 announced to support jobs in rural communities

Provincial funding in the amount of $300,000 has been announced for the Cariboo Regional District’s plans to improve the Anahim Lake Airport runway. (CRD photo)
The City of Williams Lake is waiving facility rent fees and minimum required payments for commercial tenants at the Williams Lake Airport terminal building for six months effective October 2020 as a way to provide support to businesses impacted by COVID-19. (Angie Mindus photo)

City waives rent fees for Williams Lake Airport tenants hit hard by COVID-19

Councillors said they hope the support will keep the commercial businesses afloat

The City of Williams Lake is waiving facility rent fees and minimum required payments for commercial tenants at the Williams Lake Airport terminal building for six months effective October 2020 as a way to provide support to businesses impacted by COVID-19. (Angie Mindus photo)
Operators of conference centres and other facilities in Canada are joining a global trend to be certified pandemic-resistant as they compete for billions of dollars in economic benefits for their cities. A passenger walks through Montreal-Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, Friday, July 31, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

Canadian conference centres, airports, stadiums join rush for anti-pandemic status

Facilities must follow specific criteria to show compliance with the program’s 20 elements

Operators of conference centres and other facilities in Canada are joining a global trend to be certified pandemic-resistant as they compete for billions of dollars in economic benefits for their cities. A passenger walks through Montreal-Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, Friday, July 31, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson