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Edmonton International Airport sees decline in passenger traffic

After several years of continued growth at the Edmonton International Airport, passenger traffic has dropped over the past two years.

In 2016, EIA saw just over 7.5 million passengers come through the doors. 679 more words


Discount travel company NewLeaf frustrates passengers stuck on New Year's Eve

Wintery conditions on the West Coast left dozens of Calgary- and Edmonton-bound passengers stuck at the Abbotsford Airport on New Year’s Eve.

However, what frustrated many of the passengers is the service they received from the discount airfare company NewLeaf Travel. 423 more words


The day before Christmas Eve means the busiest day of the year at EIA

The day before Christmas Eve is typically the busiest day of the year at the Edmonton International Airport, and it was expected to be no different this year. 689 more words


The 5 best things to do while stuck at Edmonton airport this holiday season

Friday, Dec. 23 is forecast to be the busiest day of the year at the Edmonton International Airport.

The EIA estimates it will see 20 per cent more traffic than usual, with more than 24,000 people flying and more than 50,000 dropping them off or greeting them. 899 more words


Mayor pitches commuter rail line for southwest Edmonton

Mayor Don Iveson pitched yet another rail line in a year-end interview with Postmedia, this one aimed at relieving congestion in Edmonton’s southwest and serving a future town centre in the annexation lands. 622 more words

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Edmonton airport braces for busiest day of the year Friday

Edmonton International Airport is reminding passengers of best travel practices as it braces for the busiest day of the year.

The Friday before Christmas always has the heaviest traffic at the airport, Heather Hamilton, director of public affairs, said Tuesday. 333 more words

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Medical pot company building huge production plant at Edmonton International Airport

A medical marijuana company is leasing 12 hectares at the Edmonton International Airport to build what it calls the world’s biggest legal pot production plant. 548 more words

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