THE PANDEMIC HIT THE GLOBAL AVIATION INDUSTRY HARD. DURING THESE DARK DAYS, WE LOOKED INTO THE FUTURE –
WHEN WE KNEW
THE SUN WOULD
WE KNEW THE DAY WOULD COMe WHEN WE WOULD WELCOME BACK PASSENGERS EN MASSE.
We envisioned a more efficient experience and an even friendlier, welcoming airport for everyone. That took persistence, planning, collaboration and innovation. We accomplished this as a team in partnership with our community.
2022 WAS A YEAR OF RENEWAL & NEW BEGINNINGS FOR THE EDMONTON METROPOLITAN REGION – IN BOTH PASSENGER TRAVEL & CARGO SERVICES.
WE WERE STANDING
THERE WITH BIG,
The number of passengers served climbed to 5.85 million compared to the 2.79 million served in 2021.
In 2022, we collaborated with existing airline partners to gain four brand-new destinations and resume service to 24 destinations while continuing to increase capacity to more than 50 non-stop destinations.
For even more on our New Beginnings just download our full report here.
Edmonton Airports proudly acknowledge the ancestral and traditional Territory of Treaty Six and the Métis homeland. Treaty Six is the gathering place and travelling route of the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis, Dene and Nakota Sioux. We thoughtfully acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries, and whose voices are so important in paving a path forward together in reconciliation. We commit to listening to and learning from our Indigenous community, creating meaningful partnerships and opportunities based on shared values and objectives, and working together toward meaningful economic prosperity that will ensure the success of future generations.