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    As always, please check your flight status.

    Normal operations are underway. As always, please check your flight status.

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    Summer Travel Update

     

    It’s a busy summer travel season across the region’s highways, airports and hotels. This summer, Toronto Pearson International Airport is preparing for an average of an additional 10,000 passengers per day compared to the summer of 2015, and we’re working closely with the airlines, service providers, and agencies to keep things running smoothly. Passengers can better prepare for a smooth airport journey by:

     
    • Arriving at least two hours before a domestic flight, and three hours before an international flight.
    • Confirming flight information before leaving for the airport. Visit your airline’s website or torontopearson.com/flights for up-to-the minute information.
    • Reserving parking in advance to guarantee a spot and to take advantage of promotional offers.
    • Checking in with your airline online from home or on your mobile device, to save time.
    • Confirming you have the necessary travel documents well in advance, and have them in hand when moving through check in, security screening and customs processes.
    • Checking your airline’s baggage policies in advance. A full list of airlines operating at Toronto Pearson is available on our Airline page.
    • Packing smart and “dressing for success” in a way that allows you to get through security smoothly. CATSA, the agency responsible for security screening at Toronto Pearson and all Canadian airports, has comprehensive information and tips on their website: catsa.gc.ca/whatcanIbring.

     

    Learn more about what to expect from your summer travel experience at the airport by using our arriving, departing and connecting passengers guides.


     

     

     
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    New Security in Advance (SIA) Process in Terminal 1

    Beginning May 17, Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) screening will occur prior to US Customs and Border Protection (US CBP) processing in Terminal 1 for US-bound passengers.

     

    For passengers who start their journey at Toronto Pearson:  

    • Check in at a standard check in counter or using a self-service kiosk;
    • Check their bags at the counter;
    • Proceed to CATSA for screening; and
    • Go through US CBP for preclearance and processing.

    For passengers who connect to a US destination at Toronto Pearson:
    A dedicated connections passenger screening point will be added in front of the new In Transit Pre-Clearance (ITPC) facility. The ITPC facilitates processing of arriving passengers that are connecting to a flight to the United States.

    Learn more about the Terminal 1 Enhancement Project.

    Have a question? Need some help? Ask one of our Welcome Team members wearing blue vests, visit a Passenger Service Representative at our information counter, or use one of the information phones.

     

     
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    NEXUS Enrolment Centre Relocation

    Due to construction, the NEXUS Enrolment Centre located in Terminal 1, Departure Level Post 8, will be temporarily relocated on June 6, 2016 to 2935 Convair Drive, Mississauga, ON for approximately six months. For more details about the NEXUS program, please visit the following websites:
    NEXUS Program Overview
    Complete list of NEXUS Enrolment Centres


     
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    Rethink Terminal 3 Update for US-bound passengers

    Beginning January 14, Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) screening will occur prior to US Customs and Border Protection (US CBP) processing in Terminal 3 for US-bound passengers.

    Learn more about Rethink Terminal 3.