List of the busiest airports in Canada

The following is a list of the busiest airports in Canada. The airports are ranked by passenger traffic and aircraft movements. For each airport, the lists cite the city served by the airport as designated by Transport Canada, not necessarily the municipality where the airport is physically located.[1]

Since 2010, Toronto–Pearson and Vancouver International Airport have been the two busiest airports by both passengers served and aircraft movements. Toronto-Pearson's location within the most populous metropolitan region of Canada solidifies its top spot amongst all of Canada's airports, serving more passengers and having more aircraft movements than the top two other airports combined. Given its advantageous position on the west coast of Canada, Vancouver International has long served as Canada's hub for flights bound for Asia and Oceania.

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2021Edit

Canada's busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Rank
change
Airport Serves Total
passengers
Annual
change
1   Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 12,700,000[2] 4.5%  
2   Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 7,086,602[3] 3.0%  
3   Calgary International Airport Calgary Region 6,326,406[4] 11.5%  
4   Montréal–Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 5,201,751[5] 4.3%  
5   Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 2,793,581[6] 6.3%  
6  1 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg Capital Region 1,223,054[7] 5.9%  
7  1 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport National Capital Region 1,170,789[8] 14.1%  
8   Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 1,076,458[9] 8.1%  
9   Kelowna International Airport Kelowna/Okanagan Valley 829,804[10] 12.5%  
10   Victoria International Airport Greater Victoria 673,478[11] 17.1%  
11  7 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford/Fraser Valley 503,955[12] 59.7%  
12   Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 439,927[13] 4.8%  
13  2 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 353,203[14] 34%  
14  1 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 282,000[15] 27.5%  
15  1 Regina International Airport Regina [16]  
16  1 St. John's International Airport St. John's [17]  
17  1 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay [18]  
18  1 John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton 250,019[19] 24.0%  
19   London International Airport London [20]  
20   Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Greater Moncton 177,040[21] 2.1%  
21   Region of Waterloo International Airport Waterloo Region 171,828[22]  

Canada's 30 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[23] Serves Aircraft
movements
Rank
change
Annual
change
1 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 211,335  
2 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 174,588  
3 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 169,017 1  
4 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 166,935 1  
5 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 138,969  
6 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 133,293 2  
7 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 129,649  
8 Pitt Meadows Airport Pitt Meadows 125,761 1  
9 Calgary International Airport Calgary 124,108 3  
10 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 116,628  
11 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 115,350  
12 Chicoutimi/Saint-Honoré Aerodrome Saint-Honoré 107,339 1  
13 Montréal–Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 98,857 1  
14 Victoria International Airport Victoria 98,721 3  
15 Oshawa Executive Airport Oshawa 96,678 1  
16 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 85,015 2  
17 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 82,808 5  
18 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 81,637 3  
19 London International Airport London 77,099 7  
20 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 75,581 3  
21 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 73,469 1  
22 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 71,316 3  
23 Langley Regional Airport Langley Township 71,225 1  
24 Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Moncton 69,855 9  
25 Sault Ste. Marie Airport Sault Ste. Marie 67,725 5  
26 Montréal–Mirabel International Airport Greater Montreal 66,572 1  
27 Edmonton/Villeneuve Airport Edmonton 65,450 2  
28 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 64,797  
29 Fredericton International Airport Fredericton 57,697 15  
30 Regina International Airport Regina 44,433 1  

2020Edit

Air traffic decreased greatly in this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Canada's busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Rank
change
Airport Serves Total
passengers
Annual
change
1   Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 13,307,077[24] 73.6%  
2   Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 7,300,287[25] 72.3%  
3  1 Calgary International Airport Calgary Region 5,675,483[26] 68.4%  
4  1 Montréal–Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 5,436,998[27] 73.2%  
5   Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 2,628,891[28] 67.7%  
6   Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport National Capital Region 1,363,512[29] 73.3%  
7   Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg Capital Region 1,299,225[30] 71.0%  
8   Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 995,426[31] 76.2%  
9  1 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna/Okanagan Valley 737,447[32] 63.7%  
10  1 Victoria International Airport Greater Victoria 574,874[33] 70.1%  
11  1 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 535,111[34] 70.1%  
12  1 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 461,900[35] 69.0%  
13  4 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 389,000[36] 86.0%  
14  1 Regina International Airport Regina 370,364[37] 68.6%  
15  1 St. John's International Airport St. John's 364,980[38] 75.4%  
16   Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay [18]  
17  1 John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton 329,193[39] 66.0%  
18  1 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford/Fraser Valley 315,578[12] 68.7%  
19   London International Airport London [20]  
20   Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Greater Moncton 173,404[40] 74.3%  

Canada's busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[23] Serves Aircraft
movements
Rank
change
Annual
change
1 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 185,431 4  
2 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 175,060 1  
3 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 156,640 1  
4 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 137,265 2  
5 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 128,764 2  
6 Calgary International Airport Calgary 119,546 3  
7 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 117,390 2  
8 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 107,251 4  
9 Pitt Meadows Airport Pitt Meadows 101,443 2  
10 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 100,797 2  
11 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 99,976 4  
12 Montréal–Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 97,385 8  
13 Chicoutimi/Saint-Honoré Aerodrome Saint-Honoré 89,503 7  
14 Fredericton International Airport Fredericton 86,800 3  
15 Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Moncton 85,581 1  
16 Oshawa Executive Airport Oshawa 80,483
17 Victoria International Airport Victoria 80,121 2  
18 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 77,754  
19 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 70,183 4  
20 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 69,180 7  
21 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 68,775
22 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 65,257
23 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 64,093
24 Langley Regional Airport Langley Township 61,354
25 Edmonton/Villeneuve Airport Edmonton 60,267
26 London International Airport London 59,170
27 Montréal–Mirabel International Airport Greater Montreal 56,877
28 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 54,053 18  
29 Regina International Airport Regina 39,495
30 Sault Ste. Marie Airport Sault Ste. Marie 35,309
31 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 35,207

2019Edit

Canada's busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Rank
change
Airport Serves Total
passengers
Annual
change
1   Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 50,499,431[41] 2.0%  
2   Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 26,379,870[42] 1.7%  
3   Montréal–Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 20,305,106[43] 4.5%  
4   Calgary International Airport Calgary Metropolitan Region 17,957,780[44] 3.5%  
5   Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 8,151,532[45] 1.2%  
6   Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport National Capital Region 5,106,487[46] 0.1%  
7   Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg Capital Region 4,484,249[30] 0.0%  
8   Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 4,188,443[47] 3.0%  
9   Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 2,774,000[36] 1.2%  
10   Kelowna International Airport Kelowna/Okanagan Valley 2,032,144[48] 1.3%  
11   Victoria International Airport Greater Victoria 1,924,385[33] 6.1%  
12   Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,789,005[49] 0.8%  
13   Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,490,000[50] 1.9%  
14   St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,483,660 3.9%  
15   Regina International Airport Regina 1,179,485[51] 4.75%  
16   Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay [18] --  
17   Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford/Fraser Valley 1,008,116[12] 19.7%  
18   John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton 955,373[52] 32%  
19  2 London International Airport London 683,155[20] 27%  
20  1 Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Greater Moncton 674,406[53] 1.0%  

Canada's 20 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[54] Serves Aircraft
movements
Rank
change
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 455,099   4.35%  
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 332,214   2.13%  
3 Calgary International Airport Calgary 238,843   2.13%  
4 Montréal–Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 237,801   1.51%  
5 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 216,557   10.84%  
6 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 164,285   13.77%  
7 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 153,668 3   12.20%  
8 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 145,482 4   12.68%  
9 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 144,931   5.62%  
10 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 144,755 2   3.05%  
11 Pitt Meadows Airport Pitt Meadows 142,523 6   20.8%  
12 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 140,703 2   18.7%  
13 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 135,175 2   0.13%  
14 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 133,769 7   6.18%  
15 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 132,423 1   12.22%  
16 Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Moncton 122,308 2   5.64%  
17 Fredericton International Airport Fredericton 121,437 2   16.4%  
18 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 115,892 3   2.08%  
19 Victoria International Airport Victoria 113,129 6   8.13%  
20 Chicoutimi/Saint-Honoré Aerodrome Saint-Honoré 94,577   8.84%  

Canada's 20 busiest airports by domestic, transborder and international passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport[55] Serves Domestic % of total Trans border % of total International % of total
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 17,677,504 35.9% 13,624,310 27.7% 17,880,877 36.4%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 12,288,884 47.8% 6,296,488 24.5% 7,122,123 27.7%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 6,884,671 35.2% 4,441,908 22.7% 8,237,082 42.1%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 11,853,828 68.9% 3,470,496 20.2% 1,872,320 10.9%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 6,503,827 82.5% 963,762 12.2% 414,132 5.3%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 3,868,035 77.8% 680,688 17.6% 421,167 8.5%
7 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 3,608,739 84.4% 479,359 11.2% 185,795 4.4%
8 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 3,471,941 84.1% 355,796 8.6% 300,506 7.3%
9 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto n/aD   n/aD   0 0.0%
10 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,818,926 92.4% 99,846 5.1% 50,241 2.6%
11 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,594,847 86.4% n/aD   n/aD  
12 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,164,377 67.6% 217,983 12.7% 339,163 29.1%
13 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,299,529 88.1% n/aD   n/aD  
14 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,385,675 96.6% n/aD   n/aD  
15 Regina International Airport Regina 1,061,654 91.2% n/aD   n/aD  
16 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 707,042 95.5% n/aD   n/aD  
17 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford/Fraser Valley n/aD   n/aD   n/aD  
18 John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton n/aD   n/aD   n/aD  
19 London International Airport London 627,960 93.6% n/aD   n/aD  
20 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 608,982 92.6% n/aD   n/aD  

2018Edit

Canada's busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Rank
change
Airport Serves Total
passengers
Annual
change
1   Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 49,507,418[56]  5.0%
2   Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 25,936,907[57]  7.3%
3   Montréal–Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 19,425,488[58]  7.0%
4   Calgary International Airport Calgary Region 17,343,402[59]  6.6%
5   Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 8,254,121[60]  5.8%
6   Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport National Capital Region 5,110,801[61]  5.6%
7   Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg Capital Region 4,484,343[62]  4.2%
8   Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 4,316,079[63]  5.7%
9   Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 2,807,208[64]  
10  1 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna/Okanagan Valley 2,080,372[65]  9.9%
11  1 Victoria International Airport Greater Victoria 2,048,627[33]  5.9%
12   Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,774,871[49]  6.2%
13  1 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,518,980[66]  3.8%
14  1 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,500,000  
15   Regina International Airport Regina 1,238,239[51]  1.6%
16   Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 869,404[67]  2.9%
17  1 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford/Fraser Valley 842,212[68]  24.3%
18  2 John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton 725,630[69]  21.0%
19  1 Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Greater Moncton 681,437[53]  2.4%
20  3 Fort McMurray International Airport Wood Buffalo 639,923[70]  10.3%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[54] Serves Aircraft
movements
Rank
change
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 475,775    1.86%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 339,441    1.67%
3 Calgary International Airport Calgary 244,029  1  4.73%
4 Montréal–Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 241,442  1  2.7%
5 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 195,380    11.46%
6 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 144,399  3  7.55%
7 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 142,580  1  2.82%
8 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 140,476  2  6.86%
9 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 137,228  3  12.78%
10 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 136,962  3  4.21%
11 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 135,006  1  4.41%
12 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 129,115  3  8.89%
13 Victoria International Airport Victoria 123,141  2  1.66%
14 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 118,541  6  16.62%
15 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 118,352  2  2.43%
16 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 118,005  3  13.35%
17 Pitt Meadows Airport Pitt Meadows 117,983    7.44%
18 Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Moncton 115,781  2  2.35%
19 Fredericton International Airport Fredericton 104,329  5  12.73%
20 Chicoutimi/Saint-Honoré Aerodrome Saint-Honoré 103,748  2  2.2%

2017Edit

Canada's busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Rank
change
Airport Serves Total
passengers
Annual
change
1   Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto 47,130,358[56]  6.3%
2   Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 24,166,122[71]  8.4%
3   Montréal–Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 18,160,223[72]  9.5%
4   Calgary International Airport Calgary Region 16,275,862[73]  3.8%
5   Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 7,807,384[74]  3.8%
6   Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport National Capital Region 4,839,677[75]  2.0%
7   Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg Capital Region 4,305,744[76]  7.2%
8   Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 4,083,188[77]  4.5%
9   Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 2,800,000[78]  3.7%
10   Victoria International Airport Greater Victoria 1,934,842[79]  4.2%
11   Kelowna International Airport Kelowna/Okanagan Valley 1,893,470[80]  9.3%
12   Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,670,880[81]  3.4%
13   St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,520,500[82]  1.7%
14   Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,462,751[83]  0.7%
15   Regina International Airport Regina 1,219,311[84]  3.5%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[85] Serves Aircraft
movements
Rank
change
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 467,103    1.8%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 333,861    2.4%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 235,099  1  3.8%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 233,017  1  0.6%
5 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 175,296    1.8%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 150,815  1  1.6%
7 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 142,979  1  9.5%
8 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 138,664  1  0.3%
9 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 134,260  2  6.1%
10 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 129,303  2  2.8%
11 Victoria International Airport Victoria 125,221  1  8.9%
12 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 121,680  3  4.7%
13 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 121,305  1  4.2%
14 Fredericton International Airport Fredericton 119,554  1  3.5%
15 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 118,572  7  18.1%
16 Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Moncton 111,887  3  12.7%
17 Pitt Meadows Airport Pitt Meadows 109,811    0.6%
18 Chicoutimi/Saint-Honoré Aerodrome Saint-Honoré 106,087  5  27.7%
19 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 104,110  1  4.2%
20 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 101,647  4  7.9%

2016Edit

Canada's busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Rank
change
Airport Serves Total
passengers
Annual
change
1   Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto 44,335,198[86]  8.0%
2   Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 22,288,926[87]  9.7%
3   Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 16,589,067[88]  6.9%
4   Calgary International Airport Calgary Region 15,680,616[89]  1.3%
5   Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 7,523,864[90]  5.7%
6   Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport National Capital Region 4,743,091[91]  1.9%
7  1 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg Capital Region 4,015,200[92]  6.3%
8  1 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 3,908,799[93]  5.6%
9   Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 2,700,000[94]  9.0%
10   Victoria International Airport Greater Victoria 1,856,421[95]  8.5%
11   Kelowna International Airport Kelowna/Okanagan Valley 1,732,113[80]  8.7%
12   Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,615,750[96]  2.0%
13   St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,600,000[97]  4.3%
14   Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,450,000[98]  0.5%
15   Regina International Airport Regina 1,262,899[99]  0.6%
16  1 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 807,041[100]  4.5%
17  1 Fort McMurray International Airport Wood Buffalo 744,798[101]  32.3%
18   Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Greater Moncton 657,272[102]  2.0%
19   Yellowknife Airport Yellowknife 575,000[103]  7.0%
20   Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford/Fraser Valley 530,643[104]  8.8%
21   London International Airport London 514,685[105]  7.7%
22   Prince George Airport Prince George 462,007[106]  1.9%
23   Grande Prairie Airport Grande Prairie ~400,000[107]  9.0%
24  1 Fredericton International Airport Greater Fredericton 377,977[108]  8.0%
25  1 Comox Valley Airport (CFB Comox) Comox Valley 368,733[109]  5.1%
26   Deer Lake Regional Airport Corner Brook/Deer Lake 364,714[110]  7.0%
27  2 Charlottetown Airport Charlottetown 354,234[111]  11.9%
28  2 Nanaimo Airport Nanaimo 340,861[112]  8.9%
29  1 Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport Whitehorse 338,000[113]  7.6%
30   John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton 333,368[114]  6.5%
31  3 Kamloops Airport Kamloops 322,339[115]  0.5%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[116] Serves Aircraft
movements
Rank
change
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 458,707    2.8%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 325,969    2.3%
3 Calgary International Airport Calgary 234,422    5.8%
4 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 226,400    2.6%
5 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 172,191  1  6.6%
6 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 157,987  2  4.4%
7 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 153,347  2  1.7%
8 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 144,816  3  15.7%
9 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 139,086  2  12.4%
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 137,478    1.4%
11 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 126,568    3.5%
12 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 125,787    2.8%
13 Fredericton International Airport Fredericton 123,858    2.3%
14 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 116,402    2.0%
15 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 116,190    5.3%
16 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 110,362  1  7.9%
17 Pitt Meadows Airport Pitt Meadows 109,188  1  6.1%
18 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 99,930  2  12.1%
19 Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport Moncton 99,292  3  22.5%
20 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 94,836  1  0.4%

2015Edit

Canada's 20 busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport Serves Total
passengers
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto 41,036,847[117]  6.4%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 20,315,978[118]  4.9%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 15,517,382[119]  4.6%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 15,475,759[120]  1.4%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Metropolitan Region 7,981,076[121]  2.7%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport National Capital Region 4,656,360[122]  0.9%
7 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 3,702,705[123]  1.1%
8 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 3,778,035[124]  3.0%
9 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Greater Toronto 2,500,000[78] 0.0%
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,710,825[125]  3.6%
11 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,593,606[126]  0.6%
12 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,584,713[127]  0.6%
13 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,536,000[128]  4.0%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,443,446[129]  2.8%
15 Regina International Airport Regina 1,255,957[130]  0.5%
16 Fort McMurray International Airport Wood Buffalo 1,099,663[131]  16.0%
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 772,519[132]  0.1%
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 644,275[133]  4.9%
19 London International Airport London 481,943[134]  0.1%
20 Prince George Airport Prince George 470,849[135]  5.6%

2014Edit

Canada's 20 busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport Serves Total
passengers[136]A
Annual
changeA
Total
passengersB
Annual
changeB
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 37,523,366  6.4% 38,571,961[137]  6.8%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 18,944,527  7.4% 19,358,203[138]  7.7%
3 Calgary International Airport Calgary 14,666,729  6.4% 15,261,108[139]  6.6%
4 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 14,174,375  4.9% 14,840,067[140]  5.3%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 7,710,267  4.5% 8,240,161[141]  7.0%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 4,472,365  0.2% 4,616,448[142]  0.8%
7 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 3,626,250  5.1% 3,669,797[143]  5.3%
8 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 3,620,107  2.2% 3,663,039[144]  2.2%
9 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Greater Toronto Area n/a n/a 2,400,000[145]E  4.3%
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,634,887  4.6% 1,650,904[146]  6.0%
11 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,607,991  1.2% 1,602,899[126]  6.5%
12 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,555,795  5.0% 1,600,000[147]  9.7%
13 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,449,413  2.1% 1,574,699[148]  6.7%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,497,579  6.5% 1,484,615[149]  6.9%
15 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray 1,166,540  6.3% 1,308,416[150]  9.5%
16 Regina International Airport Regina 1,254,933  1.3% 1,262,000[151]  2.9%
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 739,837  0.3%
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 649,427  0.8% 677,159[152]  4.6%
19 London International Airport London 479,928  5.1% 476,617[153]
20 Prince George Airport Prince George 435,128  1.6%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[154] Serves Aircraft
movements
Rank
change
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 436,640    0.7%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 311,747    3.3%
3 Calgary International Airport Calgary 250,953    2.5%
4 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 219,326    2.1%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 168,889  2  7.8%
6 Victoria International Airport Victoria 166,524  3  16.8%
7 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 155,594  1  6.9%
8 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 154,637  3  6.8%
9 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 149,641  3  8.4%
10 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 146,780    9.1%
11 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 123,778    1.2%
12 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 122,213  2  6.7%
13 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 116,125  2  1.5%
14 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 112,468  1  5.0%
15 Fredericton International Airport Fredericton 107,861  4  16.1%
16 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 101,514  2  3.7%
17 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 96,468    3.2%
18 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 96,322  2  9.8%
19 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 91,160  1  0.8%
20 Buttonville Municipal Airport Markham 84,515  8  31.0%

2013Edit

Canada's 20 busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport Serves Total
passengers[155]A
Annual
changeA
Total
passengersB
Annual
changeB
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 35,050,388 2.8% 36,109,469[156] 3.4%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 17,554,905 2.2% 17,971,883[157] 2.1%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 13,496,230 0.5% 14,095,182[158] 2.1%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 13,481,753 4.4% 14,316,074[120] 4.9%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 7,192,664 6.9% 6,983,229[159] 4.6%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 4,440,412 -0.9% 4,578,591[160] -2.3%
7 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 3,497,173 -0.3% 3,585,864[144] -0.6%
8 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 3,357,799 -1.9% 3,483,898[161] -1.5%
9 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto n/aD n/aD 2,300,000[162]E n/a
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,524,344 3.7% 1,556,960[163] 1.2%
11 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,475,361 4.7% 1,503,288[126] 4.1%
12 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,453,834 2.8% 1,500,000[164] 3.0%
13 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,419,944 0.6% 1,475,717[148] 4.5%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,365,098 4.7% 1,389,875[165] 4.7%
15 Regina International Airport Regina 1,209,103 3.1% 1,227,224[166] 3.5%
16 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray 1,056,233 23.4% 1,195,378[167] 24.8%
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 739,975 2.0% 779,634[168] 2.4%
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 639,381 8.5% 647,682[169] 5.3%
19 London International Airport London 454,306 -2.6% 448,751[170] n/a
20 Prince George Airport Prince George 416,691 1.3% 426,709[171] 2.0%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by domestic, transborder and international passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport[172] Serves Domestic % of total Trans border % of total International % of total
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 14,266,876 40.7% 9,571,850 27.3% 11,211,662 32.0%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 9,257,973 52.7% 4,237,034 24.1% 4,059,898 23.1%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 5,096,504 37.8% 3,175,445 23.5% 5,224,281 38.7%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 9,350,411 69.4% 2,853,236 21.2% 1,278,106 9.5%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 5,571,564 77.5% 1,237,620 17.2% 383,480 5.3%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 3,231,491 72.8% 761,300 17.1% 447,621 10.1%
7 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 2,807,912 80.3% 361,152 10.3% 328,109 9.4%
8 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 2,738,233 81.5% 456,511 13.6% 163,055 4.9%
9 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto n/aD   n/aD   0 0.0%
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,248,667 81.9% 251,963 16.5% 23,714 1.6%
11 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,292,675 87.6% 150,115 10.2% 32,571 2.2%
12 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,327,991 91.3% 58,091 4.0% 67,752 4.7%
13 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 810,436 57.1% 257,317 18.1% 352,191 24.8%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,107,812 81.2% 187,067 13.7% 70,219 5.1%
15 Regina International Airport Regina 963,696 79.7% 177,263 14.7% 68,144 5.6%
16 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray n/aD   n/aD   n/aD  
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 707,042 95.5% n/aD   n/aD  
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 580,643 90.8% 29,127 4.6% 29,611 4.6%
19 London International Airport London n/aD   n/aD   24,611 5.4%
20 Prince George Airport Prince George n/aD   0 0.0% n/aD  

Canada's 20 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[173] Serves Aircraft
movements
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 433,610 -0.5%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 301,725 0.6%
3 Calgary International Airport Calgary 244,913 1.7%
4 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 224,071 -3.4%
5 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 165,864 3.3%
6 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 163,309 7.0%
7 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 156,711 9.2%
8 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 145,596 -2.1%
9 Victoria International Airport Victoria 142,590 3.9%
10 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 134,584 1.4%
11 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 125,266 -4.8%
12 Buttonville Municipal Airport Markham 122,386 -13.3%
13 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 118,265 -13.0%
14 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 114,528 5.3%
15 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 114,428 -0.1%
16 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 106,808 3.2%
17 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 99,569 8.5%
18 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 97,889 -10.5%
19 Fredericton International Airport Fredericton 92,936 9.9%
20 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 91,893 0.9%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by freightEdit

Rank Airport[174] Serves Total
(tonnes)
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 345,532.8 -0.1%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 194,317.2 0.5%
3 John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton 86,541.7 6.4%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 81,391.8 -2.8%
5 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 77,005.0 -1.5%
6 Montréal–Mirabel International Airport Greater Montreal 64,250.5 0.6%
7 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 60,254.7 -9.3%
8 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 27,514.5 3.0%
9 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 27,172.8 9.8%
10 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 19,758.8 -13.8%
11 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 14,764.0 39.1%
12 St. John's International Airport St. John's 7,232.6 -8.8%
13 Victoria International Airport Victoria 4,610.9 -6.1%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 4,450.5 -19.9%
15 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 2,934.3 44.2%
16 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 2,327.4 -21.7%
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 1,487.1 -15.4%
18 Prince George Airport Prince George 1,059.1 -30.0%
19 Windsor International Airport Windsor 650.9 13.2%
20 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray 587.3 -2.1%

2012Edit

Canada's 20 busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport Serves Total
passengers[175]A
Annual
changeA
Total
passengersB
Annual
changeB
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 34,089,901 5.2% 34,912,029[156] 4.4%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 17,077,359 3.1% 17,596,901[157] 3.3%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 13,431,023 1.1% 13,809,820[158] 1.0%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 12,842,992 6.4% 13,641,339[120] 6.0%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 6,671,769 8.4% 6,676,857[176] 6.4%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 4,482,644 2.8% 4,685,956[160] 1.3%
7 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 3,506,016 0.4% 3,605,701[144] 0.3%
8 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 3,423,256 1.2% 3,538,175[161] 4.4%
9 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto n/aD n/aD 2,300,000[177] 48.3%
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,470,061 0.9% 1,506,212[163] 0.5%
11 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,412,778 5.4% 1,450,000[178] 6.0%
12 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,410,625 5.0% 1,342,840[148] 2.2%
13 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,409,756 4.0% 1,440,952[126] 3.7%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,303,593 7.0% 1,326,838[165] 6.5%
15 Regina International Airport Regina 1,172,804 5.9% 1,185,715[179] 3.9%
16 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray 1,056,233 23.4% 958,072[167] 25.5%
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 739,975 2.0% 761,693[168] 5.9%
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 639,381 8.5% 615,085[169] 12.0%
19 London International Airport London 454,306 -2.6% n/a n/a
20 Prince George Airport Prince George 369,017 -10.0% 418,589[180] 4.0%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by domestic, transborder and international passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport[181] Serves Domestic % of total Transborder % of total International % of total
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 13,674,668 40.1% 9,284,973 27.2% 11,130,260 32.6%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 8,981,343 52.6% 4,170,136 24.4% 3,925,880 23.0%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 5,145,405 38.3% 3,122,975 23.3% 5,162,643 38.4%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 8,868,414 69.1% 2,683,266 20.9% 1,291,312 10.1%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 5,158,672 77.3% 1,142,721 17.1% 370,376 5.6%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 3,257,470 72.7% 763,370 17.0% 461,804 10.3%
7 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 2,801,265 79.9% 369,106 10.5% 335,645 9.6%
8 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 2,813,872 82.2% 451,855 13.2% 157,529 4.6%
9 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto n/aD   n/aD   0 0.0%
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,202,242 81.8% 241,878 16.5% 25,941 1.8%
11 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,299,273 92.0% 53,312 3.8% 60,193 4.3%
12 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 801,626 56.8% 264,595 18.8% 344,404 24.4%
13 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,266,496 89.8% 112,028 7.9% 31,232 2.2%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,067,001 81.9% 170,305 13.1% 66,287 5.1%
15 Regina International Airport Regina 930,178 79.3% 170,636 14.5% 71,990 6.1%
16 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray n/aD   n/aD   n/aD  
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 709,821 97.9% n/aD   n/aD  
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 542,814 92.1% 29,503 5.0% 16,869 2.9%
19 London International Airport London n/aD   n/aD   18,219 3.9%
20 Prince George Airport Prince George n/aD   n/aD   n/aD  

Canada's 20 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[173] Serves Aircraft
movements
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 435,592 1.2%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 300,063 0.5%
3 Calgary International Airport Calgary 240,709 1.5%
4 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 231,775 -0.1%
5 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 160,405 -6.6%
6 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 151,816 -8.9%
7 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 148,674 1.2%
8 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 142,269 3.8%
9 Buttonville Municipal Airport Markham 138,676 1.5%
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 137,054 -3.2%
11 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 133,673 3.7%
12 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 132,677 -0.4%
13 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 131,237 -5.1%
14 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 114,486 2.8%
15 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 108,429 9.9%
16 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 108,130 10.6%
17 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 103,433 6.3%
18 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 91,130 -14.2%
19 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 91,086 -3.3%
20 Pitt Meadows Airport Pitt Meadows 87,123 -26.7%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by freightEdit

Rank Airport[182] Serves Total
(tonnes)
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 345,825.5 0.4%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 193,352.7 1.5%
3 John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton 89,563.1 4.9%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 81,828.4 -2.0%
5 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 78,555.4 2.1%
6 Montréal–Mirabel International Airport Montreal 69,826.9 4.3%
7 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 68,607.7 5.1%
8 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 30,070.1 17.7%
9 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 25,557.7 11.3%
10 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 25,283.1 6.5%
11 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 10,570.3 2.7%
12 St. John's International Airport St. John's 10,514.5 18.5%
13 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 5,740.0 17.2%
14 Victoria International Airport Victoria 4,188.7 -7.8%
15 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 2,713.9 -1.9%
16 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 2,219.9 40.0%
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 1,844.3 -1.2%
18 Yellowknife Airport Yellowknife 1,793.8 95.0%
19 Prince George Airport Prince George 1,092.7 -21.5%
20 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray 600.1 6.7%

2011Edit

Canada's 20 busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport Serves Total
passengers[183]A
Annual
changeA
Total
passengersB
Annual
changeB
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 32,278,458 4.6% 33,435,277[156] 4.7%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 16,394,986 0.9% 17,032,780[157] 1.5%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 13,228,564 4.9% 13,668,829[158] 5.4%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 12,073,264 2.5% 12,770,988[184] 1.1%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 6,156,730 2.9% 6,277,137[176] 3.1%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 4,359,055 2.8% 4,624,626[160] 3.3%
7 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 3,482,421 1.6% 3,594,164[144] 2.5%
8 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 3,383,882 0.0% 3,389,237[161] 0.6%
9 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto n/aD n/aD 1,550,000[185] 37.2%
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,456,782 -0.5% 1,499,792[163] -1.0%
11 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,355,975 -0.6% 1,390,187[126] -0.1%
12 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,343,021 7.3% 1,313,432[148] 10.4%
13 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,329,239 1.8% 1,750,000[186]C 4.0%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,214,704 1.6% 1,246,405[165] 2.5%
15 Regina International Airport Regina 1,107,427 0.6% 1,141,177[187] 1.9%
16 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray 707,907 6.9% 763,708[167] 6.9%
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 688,737 4.3% 719,490[168] 4.1%
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 556,399 3.8% 579,329[169] 4.8%
19 London International Airport London 458,482 -10.0% n/a n/a
20 Prince George Airport Prince George 394,447 5.2% 402,438[188] 3.1%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by domestic, transborder and international passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport[189] Serves Domestic % of total Transborder % of total International % of total
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 13,017,176 40.3% 8,741,332 27.1% 10,519,950 32.6%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 8,640,697 52.7% 4,043,375 24.7% 3,710,914 22.6%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 4,992,246 37.7% 3,067,773 23.2% 5,168,545 39.1%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 8,313,817 68.9% 2,495,916 20.7% 1,263,531 10.5%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 4,711,660 76.5% 1,085,717 17.6% 359,353 5.8%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 3,205,346 73.5% 723,294 16.6% 430,415 9.9%
7 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 2,759,368 79.2% 398,746 11.5% 324,307 9.3%
8 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 2,776,031 82.0% 454,231 13.4% 153,620 4.5%
9 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto n/aD   n/aD   n/aD  
10 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,177,582 80.8% 251,736 17.3% 27,464 1.9%
11 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,209,629 89.2% 115,143 8.5% 31,203 2.3%
12 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 738,628 55.0% 238,017 17.7% 366,376 27.3%
13 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,255,332 94.4% 27,943 2.1% 45,964 3.5%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 995,552 82.0% 159,324 13.1% 59,828 4.9%
15 Regina International Airport Regina 888,878 80.3% 151,708 13.7% 66,841 6.0%
16 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray 707,907 100.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
17 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 675,772 98.1% n/aD   n/aD  
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 506,343 91.0% 34,138 6.1% 15,918 2.9%
19 London International Airport London 398,371 86.9% 49,516 10.8% 10,595 2.3%
20 Prince George Airport Prince George 383,996 97.4% n/aD   n/aD  

Canada's 20 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport[173] Serves Aircraft
movements[173]
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 430,549 2.7%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 298,483 0.7%
3 Calgary International Airport Calgary 237,185 1.2%
4 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 232,076 6.3%
5 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 170,946 -0.9%
6 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 165,353 -13.9%
7 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 146,858 1.6%
8 Victoria International Airport Victoria 141,465 -3.5%
9 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 137,974 2.2%
10 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 136,871 4.5%
11 Buttonville Municipal Airport Markham 136,575 -20.8%
12 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 133,209 -2.6%
13 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 128,748 1.5%
14 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 111,280 -2.4%
15 Pitt Meadows Airport Pitt Meadows 110,346 1.8%
16 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 104,055 -15.3%
17 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 97,684 -4.6%
18 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 96,907 -2.5%
19 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 96,712 8.7%
20 London International Airport London 94,747 -49.7%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by freightEdit

Rank Airport Serves Total
(tonnes)[190]
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 339,064.9 -0.4%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 186,385.3 -5.2%
3 John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton 85,144.5 4.0%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 83,524.3 3.8%
5 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 76,622.9 -0.8%
6 Montréal–Mirabel International Airport Montreal 66,899.2 -3.5%
7 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 65,254.3 6.9%
8 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 25,471.3 -8.8%
9 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 23,642.6 4.9%
10 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 22,955.1 0.3%
11 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 10,288.1 -14.4%
12 St. John's International Airport St. John's 8,850.1 -15.8%
13 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 4,797.2 2.6%
14 Victoria International Airport Victoria 4,541.7 7.6%
15 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 2,766.6 6.3%
16 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 1,866.5 -7.3%
17 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,563.0 -49.9%
18 Prince George Airport Prince George 1,391.4 46%
19 Yellowknife Airport Yellowknife 919.8 39.6%
20 Windsor International Airport Windsor 800.0 -16.5%

2010Edit

Canada's 20 busiest airports by passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport Serves Total
passengers[191]A
Annual
changeA
Total
passengersB
Annual
changeB
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 30,910,795 5.4% 31,936,098[156] 4.9%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 16,254,016 3.8% 16,778,774[157] 3.7%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 12,700,175 7.2% 12,971,229[192] 6.1%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 11,774,776 1.2% 12,630,695[193] 3.7%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 5,981,206 0.2% 6,089,099[176] 0.0%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 4,390,951 6.8% 4,473,894[160] 5.7%
7 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 3,509,473 4.3% 3,508,153[144] 2.6%
8 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 3,385,250 0.4% 3,369,974[161] -0.3%
9 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,464,420 -1.8% 1,514,713[163] -1.2%
10 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,365,113 2.0% 1,391,807[126] 1.8%
11 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,270,790 8.6% 1,318,713[193] 8.7%
12 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 1,253,579 8.5% 1,190,088[148] 15.0%
13 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 1,196,284 5.2% 1,215,923[165] 5.1%
14 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto n/aD n/aD 1,130,625[193] 46.7%
15 Regina International Airport Regina 1,101,799 8.2% 1,120,134[194] 9.6%
16 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 660,485 5.8% 691,476[168] 5.9%
17 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray 656,517 -2.1% 714,659[167] 1.4%
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 536,172 7.7% 552,629[195] 7.2%
19 London International Airport London 509,416 1.4% 485,000[193] 4.3%
20 Prince George Airport Prince George 375,000 0.6% 390,340[193] 3.8%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by domestic, transborder and international passenger trafficEdit

Rank Airport[196] Serves Domestic % of total Transborder % of total International % of total
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 12,658,866 41.0% 8,524,420 27.6% 9,727,509 31.5%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 8,568,903 52.7% 3,995,586 24.6% 3,689,527 22.7%
3 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 4,755,115 37.4% 3,172,145 25.0% 4,772,915 37.6%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 8,144,009 69.2% 2,389,193 20.3% 1,241,574 10.5%
5 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 4,633,111 77.5% 1,007,100 16.8% 340,995 5.7%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 3,217,126 73.3% 739,880 16.9% 433,945 9.9%
7 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 2,840,120 80.9% 372,435 10.6% 296,918 8.5%
8 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 2,784,076 82.2% 449,776 13.3% 151,398 4.5%
9 Victoria International Airport Victoria 1,189,818 81.2% 251,007 17.1% 23,595 1.6%
10 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 1,224,760 89.7% 108,319 7.9% 32,034 2.3%
11 St. John's International Airport St. John's 1,178,197 92.7% 35,506 2.8% 57,087 4.5%
12 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 705,440 56.3% 213,811 17.1% 334,328 26.7%
13 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 983,138 82.2% 146,492 12.2% 66,654 5.6%
14 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto n/aD   n/aD   n/aD  
15 Regina International Airport Regina 888,713 80.7% 139,652 12.7% 73,434 6.7%
16 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 639,605 96.8% 15,462 2.3% 5,418 0.8%
17 Fort McMurray International Airport Fort McMurray 656,517 100.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
18 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 485,709 90.6% 30,233 5.6% 20,230 3.8%
19 London International Airport London 411,994 80.9% 82,227 16.1% 15,195 3.0%
20 Prince George Airport Prince George 368,951 98.4% 12 0.0% 6,037 1.6%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by aircraft movementsEdit

Rank Airport Serves Aircraft
movements[173]
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 419,061 2.7%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 296,537 -5.9%
3 Calgary International Airport Calgary 234,306 0.5%
4 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 217,555 2.5%
5 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport Greater Montreal 188,371 -5.7%
6 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 172,443 0.3%
7 Buttonville Municipal Airport Markham 164,976 6.2%
8 Victoria International Airport Victoria 146,453 -13.8%
9 Boundary Bay Airport Greater Vancouver 144,544 -27.3%
10 London International Airport London 141,807 -12.1%
11 Calgary/Springbank Airport Calgary 136,625 -5.0%
12 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 134,960 0.5%
13 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 130,715 3.0%
14 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 126,856 -1.6%
15 St. Andrews Airport Winnipeg 119,927 8.5%
16 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 118,852 -33.3%
17 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Toronto 113,950 6.7%
18 Pitt Meadows Airport Pitt Meadows 108,400 -15.7%
19 Abbotsford International Airport Abbotsford 102,189 -20.5%
20 Region of Waterloo International Airport Regional Municipality of Waterloo 99,334 4.0%

Canada's 20 busiest airports by freightEdit

Rank Airport[197] Serves Total
(tonnes)
Annual
change
1 Toronto Pearson International Airport Greater Toronto Area 340,562.3 14.1%
2 Vancouver International Airport Metro Vancouver 196,855.0 16.7%
3 John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton 81,525.8 10.6%
4 Calgary International Airport Calgary 80,491.2 10.5%
5 Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Greater Montreal 77,229.8 16.4%
6 Montréal–Mirabel International Airport Montreal 69,327.2 14%
7 Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport Winnipeg 61,021.8 14.1%
8 Halifax Stanfield International Airport Halifax 27,942.6 4.8%
9 Edmonton International Airport Edmonton Capital Region 22,881.6 17.7%
10 Greater Moncton International Airport Moncton 22,544.0 2.4%
11 Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport Ottawa 12,019.7 36.7%
12 St. John's International Airport St. John's 10,504.7 6.3%
13 Regina International Airport Regina 5,024.0 20%
14 Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Saskatoon 4,676.5 7.9%
15 Victoria International Airport Victoria 4,220.9 9.6%
16 Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport Quebec City 3,121.7 1.5%
17 Kelowna International Airport Kelowna 2,602.4 15.3%
18 Thunder Bay International Airport Thunder Bay 2,014.3 2.8%
19 Windsor International Airport Windsor 958.4 -6.8%
20 Prince George Airport Prince George 953.3 9.1%

NotesEdit

A.^ Statistics Canada figures.
B.^ Airport operating authority figures.
C.^ Estimated from graph.
D.^ Numbers are "suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act".[198]
E.^ Estimated figure.

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