A 90 per cent decline in passenger traffic and associated revenues due to the global disruption in air travel from the COVID-19 pandemic has led Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) to increase Airport Improvement Fees (AIF) beginning in 2021. More »
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on air travel, but anyone who’s travelled to or from Halifax Stanfield recently will have noticed the many health and safety measures in place to ensure travellers feel comfortable and supported throughout their journey.
Today, Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) presented the results of its 2019 fiscal year at its Annual Public Meeting, held virtually to comply with COVID-19 provincial public health orders.
Halifax Stanfield, Atlantic Canada’s largest airport, continues to demonstrate its key role as one of the region’s most critical pieces of transportation infrastructure, serving more than four million passengers for the third consecutive year.
Updated on March 31, 2020
Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) continues to monitor developments related to the spread of the coronavirus disease, COVID-19. The health and safety of our passengers, visitors and employees is our top priority.
When visiting Halifax Stanfield in 2020, it’s hard to believe the terminal building that exists today is nearly 60 years old. With bright interiors and large windows, modern washrooms and other passenger amenities, Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) has made strategic investments over the past two decades that put passenger needs, like accessibility, at the forefront.
The Canadian Airports Council (CAC) today announced that Joyce Carter, President and CEO of Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA), has been elected as its new Chair, the first woman to assume the role in CAC’s history. Ms. Carter, who has served as CAC’s Vice Chair since 2018, succeeds Sam Samaddar, Airport Director of the Kelowna International Airport.