Million Air Toronto gets extension at Buttonville

May 02, 2017
Written by Million AIr Toronto
The impending closure of Toronto Buttonville Municipal Airport (CYKZ) will not affect Million Air Toronto until at least until the end of October 2018.

Million Air Toronto is a well-established FBO at airport. Torontair Ltd. operates the airport, the Million Air FBO and other business units at the site. Derek Sifton, president of Million Air Toronto and Torontair Ltd., recently announced to tenants, clients and staff, an extension to the closing date of the Toronto Buttonville Municipal Airport.

"After extensive discussion and review, an agreement has been reached with the Buttonville Airport land ownership partnership to continue operations here at CYKZ until October, 31 2018 and possibly beyond this date if circumstances with the airport redevelopment so dictate," Sifton said.

In speaking specifically about Million Air, Sifton noted: "An announcement such as this allows us to carry on providing a service and support our customers in an uninterrupted manner and proceed with proper business planning. We continue to do our best to keep pricing fair and equitable and offer the service and support that helps make the most of our aviation activities. Everyone on our team looks forward to working with customers and tenants over the coming months."

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