Delivering on building a center of excellence for transportation and logistics, the Edmonton International Airport is the site of an ever growing hub for Aerospace and Aernautical Training industry. The access to a skilled technically trailed labor force is ideal for the Aerospace industry to manufacture parts and equipment, and have maintenance and headquarters at Canada’s northern gateway airport.
A multi-level government, industry and airport partnership has produced Canada’s most advanced aviation training facility, training pilots from all of the world. This educational hub continues to grow and advance to become Canad’s premiere Aerospace education hub.
THE EDMONTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (EIA)
Edmonton Airports is a community-based, financially independent, non-share corporation that manages Edmonton International Airport — the fastest growing and largest (by area) major Canadian airport. Edmonton International Airport serves over eight million passengers per year and offers non-stop connections to over 60 destinations across Canada, the US and overseas.
In addition to EIA’s passenger operations, Edmonton Airports also oversees EIA’s air cargo operations, based out of the airport’s new multi-tenant ‘Cargo Village.’ It also manages Villeneuve Airport, a general aviation facility located northwest of Edmonton which serves as the primary flight-training facility for the Capital Region.