When travellers arrive at Halifax Stanfield this summer, they will know they have arrived in Miꞌkmaꞌki, the traditional lands of the Mi’kmaq people.
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Today, at its first in-person annual public meeting in two years, Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) reflected on 2021 as another challenging year due to the COVID-19 pandemic but remained optimistic for a strong recovery in the years to come.
Cargo Activity Increased in 2021 as Carriers Set Their Sights on Halifax
While the past two years have created significant uncertainty for the aviation sector, air cargo activity increased at Halifax Stanfield in 2021 in comparison to 2020, and recovery is expected to continue as exports remain strong, new carriers enter the market, and the new Halifax Stanfield Air Cargo Logistics Park (ACLP) begins operation.
Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) is pleased to share that the Park’N Fly lot at Halifax Stanfield will be reopening on Wednesday, March 9, 2022. This much-awaited announcement is an exciting and positive step towards the recovery of air travel to and from the region.
As the region’s largest international airport, Halifax Stanfield plays an important role in facilitating the arrival and welcoming of newcomers and immigrants to Canada. Airport employees are proud of their role in supporting increased immigration, investment and more diverse communities.
The Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and British Columbia both offer endless natural beauty to explore, and soon it will be even easier for travellers to enjoy what each coast has to offer with Air Canada’s new, non-stop service between Halifax and Vancouver.
2021 Marks Two Years of Historically Low Activity at Atlantic Canada’s Largest Airport