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CALGARY — Calgary International Airport’s new International Terminal officially opened for business yesterday morning, marking the completion of the largest single infrastructure program in the airport’s history.
The new 186,000 square metre terminal at YYC adds 24 aircraft gates and incorporates numerous technologies and processes designed to streamline the passenger experience throughout the airport. These include North America’s first call-to-gate passenger boarding system, North America’s first full CATSA Plus enhanced passenger screening system, enhanced U.S. and Canadian customs technology, a state-of-the-art Crisbag tote-based baggage system, and the YYC LINK, a custom-designed and Canadian-build passenger shuttle service that transports passengers between the domestic and international facilities.
“In 2014 we opened Canada’s longest runway and today we welcome the world to the most advanced airport terminal in Canada,” said Garth Atkinson, President and CEO of The Calgary Airport Authority. “Our new International Terminal not only ensures YYC Calgary International Airport remains a major contributor to the economy of western Canada, it also represents a significant new contribution to Canada’s transportation infrastructure overall.”