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Normal operations are underway. As always, please check your flight status with your airline or on our Flight Search page, or on the Toronto Pearson International Airport app.
To help serve you better, UP Express is conducting work close to the Terminal Link train for installation of barriers on their guideway wall. This will require one Terminal link train to be out of service.
This work will occur overnight on May 29 and May 30 and the times allotted are as follows:
Please allow yourself more time to travel during these hours. The max wait time for a Terminal Link train service will be eight minutes during this work.
The Terminal 1 International East Screening Point is now the primary point for general travellers, families, those with special needs, and NEXUS passengers. The Toronto Pearson Priority Lane will remain at the International West Screening Point.
Welcome Team members in blue jackets and vests, along with signage, will help guide you through this change.
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We’re revitalizing Terminal 3 to offer an enhanced experience for the thousands of travellers and employees who pass through the terminal every day. The Terminal 3 Enhancement Project, expected to be complete in 2017, will improve passenger flow, introduce new and refreshed facilities and retail offerings, and better meet the needs of airport users today and in the future.
Have a question? Need some help? Ask one of our Welcome Team members wearing blue vests, visit an information counter, or use one of the information phones.
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