During the busy Spring Break period the Airport Authority is urging customers flying out
on winter vacation to arrange to be dropped off versus parking at the airport.
“Parking stalls are always at a premium during this busy time of year. Being dropped off
at the airport by a friend or relative will give our customers close proximity to the Air
Terminal Building. Upon return, your ride can wait in the ‘Cell Phone’ waiting lane free
of charge,” noted President & Chief Executive Officer Ed Schmidtke.
Parking challenges are expected to continue through the March Break vacation season
and return to normal thereafter.
The Airport Authority appreciates the cooperation of our customers
TBIAA is the private, non-shareholder corporation responsible for the operation of the
Thunder Bay International Airport. TBIAA receives no government funding for the
operation of the Airport. Economic activity related to the Airport is responsible for an
estimated $645 million dollars in GDP annually and over 5000 jobs.
Customers are encouraged to visit www.thunderbayairport.com for more information on
services and facilities offered by Thunder Bay International Airport.
Source: Thunder Bay Airport Media Release
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