The Impact of COVID-19


Atlantic Airports are in a difficult position as our passengers and revenues have dropped significantly.

Collaborating for a Stronger Atlantic Canada


We are the voice of Atlantic Canada's Airports.

Airports Fuel Our Economy


One new 50-seat aircraft operating daily creates $2.5 million in economic impact.

Investing In Infrastructure


Ensuring we are prepared to meet industry demands.

Record Growth


Our airports move over 8 million passengers per year.

Atlantic Canada's Lobster Super Highway


Over $200-million worth of live lobster exported from our shores by air.

A mile of highway gets you one mile, but a mile of runway gets you the world.

The economic impact of air passenger and cargo traffic through Atlantic Canada’s airports is over $4.4 billion.

A mile of highway gets you one mile, but a mile of runway gets you the world.

The economic impact of air passenger and cargo traffic through Atlantic Canada’s airports is over $4.4 billion.

The Atlantic Canada Airports Association is a non-profit industry association representing all airports in the region that have been transferred to local control from the federal government. Together our 12 airports handle 99 % of passenger traffic, including all international and transborder passengers, and all cargo traffic into and out of the region.

The ACAA represents airports in each of the four Atlantic Provinces. The airports are represented in the Association by their Chief Executive Officers. Transport Canada and the four provinces are associate members of the Association.

News & Noteworthy

Pandemic Sees Passengers Plummet

2020-05-19
Atlantic Canadian traffic falls 97% 660,000 fewer passengers traveled in the region in April 2020 compared to April 2019 Atlantic...
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NL Airports Essential but Post-Covid Future Uncertain

2020-04-15
What strange days we face right now. A time of the year normally marked with bustling terminals filled with sun...
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New Brunswick’s Airports Prepare For Landing As Virus Takes Toll

2020-04-07
We are in the midst of a global health and economic crisis, the scale of which grows by the day....
Read More

Pandemic Sees Passengers Plummet

2020-05-19
Atlantic Canadian traffic falls 97% 660,000 fewer passengers traveled in the region in April 2020 compared to April 2019 Atlantic...
Read More

NL Airports Essential but Post-Covid Future Uncertain

2020-04-15
What strange days we face right now. A time of the year normally marked with bustling terminals filled with sun...
Read More

New Brunswick’s Airports Prepare For Landing As Virus Takes Toll

2020-04-07
We are in the midst of a global health and economic crisis, the scale of which grows by the day....
Read More

What We Do

The ACAA is the voice of Atlantic Canada’s airports, providing a vehicle through which the Atlantic Canada airport industry can speak to the federal government on policy and regulatory issues that affect the viability of the airports in our region. In addition to its advocacy role, the Association provides a forum for its members to undertake collaborative action on services of mutual interest.

ACAA’s mission is to ensure Atlantic Canada’s airports are operating within a policy framework that fosters their sustained growth so as to meet the growing demand for air travel in the region.

Working together we promote our airports to grow air service and in turn grow our communities. For three years Atlantic Canada’s Airports have marketed the region to air carriers in an effort to grow passenger and cargo service to the region.

Air service growth is critical to the success of the Atlantic Canadian economy and we will continue to work together to enhance the economic agenda of our region.