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It's a sure sign that your vacation is coming to an end. That moment when the flight attendant walks down the aisle of the plane, handing out declaration forms, as passengers scramble to find a pen. But the days of the paper form are numbered.
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Moments before two small airplanes collided with each other in the skies above a suburban shopping centre, air traffic control at Saint-Hubert airport, near Montreal, was trying desperately to warn one of the pilots of nearby traffic. | READ MORE
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Foreign tails are returning to Montreal in a big way. In fall 2015, Air China opened up the first direct trans-Pacific link between Montreal and Asia with non-stop Boeing 777 service to Beijing. Thirteen years after Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) rescued international traffic from Mirabel – the city’s disastrous second airport that opened in 1976 – and consolidated passenger operations at Pierre Elliot Trudeau International (Montréal-Trudeau), Canada’s third busiest airport has been reinventing itself. YUL turned 75 last year. Air transport in Montreal has never been healthier and its airport more confident.
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PortsToronto has released the airport's 2016 annual Noise Management Report, a compilation of all noise data submitted to the airport’s Noise Management Office over the course of the year. Overall complaints decreased by 38 per cent, from 386 complaints in 2015 to 236 complaints in 2016, due in large part to efforts to develop enhanced programs, procedures and infrastructure aimed at mitigating the airport's noise impact on the surrounding community.
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Airlines and airports are investing in technologies to help predict and prepare for future events. This is according to The Future is Predictable, a report published today by air transport IT provider, SITA. It outlines how efforts are being made to tackle the estimated US$25 billion cost of flight disruptions to the air transport industry by harnessing artificial intelligence, cognitive computing, predictive analytics and other progressive technical capabilities.
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The ability to clear U.S. Customs at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is one step closer to becoming reality with President Obama having signed into law a bill ratifying the new preclearance agreement between Canada and the United States. The signing of the new law was commemorated earlier today by U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont, at Burlington International Airport as the first Porter Airlines flight of the season arrived. The law is part of an effort to make travel between the two countries more convenient for travellers while also further enhancing bilateral trade relations and reinforcing national security.
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Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) has been recognized for its commitment to reducing greenhouse gases in collaboration with its various partners at Montréal-Trudeau airport by the internationally recognized and independent Airport Carbon Accreditation program, which has certified the airport Level 3 (Optimization).
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