Busiest Canadian Airports

It will always be worth spending some time finding out which parts of Canada you can fly into and out of if you either live there and are planning a holiday or if you live in another country and do fancy visiting Canada.

With that in mind we are going to be passing onto you in this particular guide information in regards to which are by far and away the busiest airports in Canada, and we will let you know where those airports are located and will also let you know just how many passengers pass through each airport too, so do read on for you will find this guide is quite informative if you are planning on flying soon.

The busiest airport in Canada is the Toronto Pearson International Airport and that airport is located in Greater Toronto and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 44,335,198.

The second busiest airport in Canada is the Vancouver International Airport and that airport is located in Metro Vancouver and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 22,288,926.

The third busiest airport in Canada is the Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and that airport is located in Greater Montreal and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 16,589,067.

The fourth busiest airport in Canada is the Calgary International Airport and that airport is located in Calgary and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 15,680,616.

The fifth busiest airport in Canada is the Edmonton International Airport and that airport is located in Edmonton Capital and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 7,523,864.

The sixth busiest airport in Canada is the Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport and that airport is located in National Capital and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 4,743,091.

The seventh busiest airport in Canada is the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport and that airport is located in the Winnipeg Capital Region and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 4,015,200.

The eighth busiest airport in Canada is the Halifax Stanfield International Airport and that airport is located in Halifax and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 3,908,799.

The ninth busiest airport in Canada is the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and that airport is located in Toronto and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 2,700,000.

The tenth busiest airport in Canada is the Victoria International Airport and that airport is located in Greater Victoria and the number of passengers, who at the last count who pass through that airport is 1,856,421.

Resources

As a seasoned traveller you may already know how to plan a trip to any country of the world and if so you will know the best airports to visit and when to either land there or take off from them, as some airports in Canada can be very busy at the best of times!

What you will be pleased to hear however if you have never visited a Canadian Airport before is that some of them have been given major revamps and overhauls and as such they are not going to be stuffy or unbearable places to visit and plenty of them do have lounges when you can relax and unwind before staking your place journey!

Frequently Asked Questions

Due to the sheer number of people who do now do regularly visit nada you are going to find at times most of the airports in Canada are busy places and this final section of our guide to the busiest Canadian airports will answer some additional questions you may have.

Just keep in mind that you will have to pay airport and flight taxes when taking off or landing at Canadian airports and you will be best off finding out which airports offer you the lowest fees and charges to ensure you are not paying too much for your plane tickets!

Can I Use My Mobile Phone at Canadian Airports?

As soon as you land in Canada your mobile phone should attempt to latch onto one of many different air time providers that are in Canada. One Canadian airtime provider that you may be interested in using is BCE Inc, however keep in mind that as an overseas mobile or cell phone user you may have to pay roaming charges, and as such it may be beneficial for you to latch onto free Wi-Fi connections when you can do!

Do You Have Other Articles About Canada?

There are lots of additional guides and articles that we just know you are going to find very interesting dotted around our website, and one that may just be of interest to you is our Largest Sports Stadiums in Canada article which we invite you to read through.

We also have lots of videos that you are invited to watch as you look round our website that will give you plenty of additional information if you do intend to pay a visit to Canada or simply want to know more about what Canada has to offer you so do please take a good look around.