The page you are looking for is temporarily unavailable.
Please try again later

Canada New visual identity launched for Calgary International Airport

02:07  14 june  2018
02:07  14 june  2018 Source:

Montreal has the worst airport Wi-Fi in Canada or U.S.: report

  Montreal has the worst airport Wi-Fi in Canada or U.S.: report Will your delayed plane arrive before an update on its status finally loads? In Montreal, that can be a close race.Hell, to borrow from the French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, is other people at the airport, especially if they can’t find entertainment on their devices.

CYYC. Calgary International Airport . Data Effective 2018-05-24 0901Z. Aerodrome Operator. The Calgary Airport Authority 403-735-1300 Cert Ldg fees.

Official Calgary International Airport website - live flight times and updates, traveller info, news, advisories, and parking information. Required Navigation Performance (RNP). Runway Usage Trial. New International Terminal.

Passengers travelling through YYC International Airport can expect roaming food trucks and faster security screening in the coming years, as the Calgary Airport Authority turns to a new direction for guest experiences and driving economic growth.

The new vision, dubbed North Star, is a 20-year campaign focusing on enhancing customer experience and highlighting western hospitality.

WestJet flight makes emergency landing at Calgary airport

  WestJet flight makes emergency landing at Calgary airport According to WestJet, shortly after departure at around 6:30 a.m. MT, crews were alerted by a fire warning light in the cargo area. A WestJet flight from Calgary bound for Vancouver had to make an emergency landing on Thursday morning.According to WestJet, shortly after departure at around 6:30 a.m. MT, crews from flight 113 were alerted by a fire wa Crews then declared an emergency landing before turning back to Calgary, WestJet said. The plane landed normally and safely, according to the company.

Touch of Dubai: Emirates Inaugurates London-Stansted Route LONDON – Emirates has launched their services to London Stansted today, which will operate daily. The new and modern connecting corridor at YYC. (Credits: Calgary International Airport ).

Calgary International Airport (IATA: YYC, ICAO: CYYC), branded as YYC Calgary International Airport , is an international airport that serves the city of Calgary , Alberta, Canada.

“North Star is what ancient mariners used to navigate and it was effectively a key compass point that they used to get where they needed to go. It’s not something you can ever reach but it is something that guides you, keeps you safe and makes sure you go the right direction,” said Bob Sartor, president and CEO of the Calgary Airport Authority.

“We talk about effortless and memorable, we talk about hospitality, so if what we’re working on doesn’t touch one of those touch points, then we probably shouldn’t be doing it. So that’s what North Star is all about.”

Sartor said they hope to take the existing 50,000 jobs directly related to airport activity and increase it to nearly 60,000, with the aim of becoming the economic engine of the city.

Montreal sees biggest job growth among Canadian, U.S. cities

  Montreal sees biggest job growth among Canadian, U.S. cities Thanks in part to its high tech and creative sectors, Montreal saw 3.6 per cent job growth last year, putting it in the top spot out of cities in Canada and the United States, according to Montréal International. The economic agency looked at the 75,000 jobs added in the greater Montreal area last year and compared that to newly released data from the U.S. to find that Montreal had the highest growth percentage between Canada and the States. An economist with Montréal International, Christian Bernard, said he wasn't surprised when he saw the numbers. "We knew that Montreal was very attractive all around the world," Bernard said.

Land for Lease at Calgary International Airport . Space for Lease in Existing Buildings. Required Navigation Performance (RNP). Runway Usage Trial. New International Terminal.

Calgary international airport tenant design standards & guidelines. April 2009. The merchandising concept for in-line food units is to create a strong visual identification of the Tenant’s product by stressing the presentation of cooking and food preparation.

Calgary International Airport will undergo a redesign, including new colours — red, grey, blue and gold — and patterns that reflect Calgary and the province.

The colour red is intended to reflect the “dramatic landscape,” while the pattern within the red represents the foothills and the Rocky Mountains. Grey is intended to showcase Calgary’s urban landscape and its downtown.

Blue is representative of the mountains, rivers and sky, and is also a nod to the provincial flag, while gold is showcasing the Prairies and our agricultural history, the patterns representing wheat and barley while also being a nod to the provincial flag.

The Airport Authority’s new vision is inspired by the things that make Calgary and southern Alberta unique.

“Even the voice that will help our guests find their way when they look at a map will sound uniquely Calgarian — open, friendly, clear and helpful,” said Sartor.

Single-family construction starts on the rise

  Single-family construction starts on the rise Single-family construction starts on the riseThe growth in new construction of single-family homes in the Calgary area this year continued in May, topping activity from the same month in 2017 by 15 starts.

The new Halifax Stanfield logo and tagline: Connecting Means the World, were unveiled today at a public launch event for passengers, airport community members and stakeholders. “We are thrilled to share our new visual identity with the world,” says Joyce Carter, Halifax International Airport

YYC Calgary International Airport Aéroport international de Calgary YYC. WestJet Encore was launched from its Calgary base, the first new destinations announced were Fort St. John and Nanaimo, both in British Columbia, followed by Brandon, Manitoba.

This new approach will bring new retail and service offerings to YYC, improvements to the processes within the airport and enhancements to the domestic terminal.

Sartor said they want to highlight Calgary’s food and beverage scene, bringing in local breweries and food over the next three or four years to the airport for passengers to experience.

“We are going to be adding what we call pop-up retailers that are going to be electric food trucks that will go into those long concourses so people, if they want to grab a last-minute snack, they’ll be able to do that,” said Sartor.

“The neat thing about that is it’s almost like a pop-up shop, because you move all these things around the terminal and it creates a sense of newness and excitement as it relates to your food and beverage.”

There will be other high-tech updates, such as having screens on airplanes speak to passengers in their native language when they’re close to arriving at the airport gate.

“People will be able to navigate with their iPhone throughout the airport. You will be able to order food as you’re getting out of your car and we’ll have it available for you at the gate,” said Sartor.

Centralized pre-board screening will also be implemented, along with updated equipment to improve security wait times.

The baggage system in the domestic terminal is also close to being completed, which better connects to the international terminal and its baggage system.

A key factor of the plan, said Sartor, is to have appropriate connectivity between the airport and downtown.

“This includes the addition of an LRT line sometime in the future. Connectivity will be a significant factor in our long-term success,” said Sartor.

Those coming through YYC can expect to start seeing the new updates and changes in 2019.

On Twitter: @JunkerAnna

Notley takes aim at Kenney in campaign-style speech to supporters .
Premier Rachel Notley used a provincial council meeting in Calgary Saturday to take aim at UCP leader Jason Kenney. In a campaign-style speech to NDP supporters, the premier accused Kenny of flip-flopping on Ottawa's investment in the Trans Mountain pipeline and took aim at UCP MLAs who refused to vote on anti-harassment legislation around abortion clinics. "When it comes to something as basic as protecting women from harassment, they run for the hills," Notley said. She also suggested Kenney would prefer to see the Trans Mountain pipeline fail. "There are those who still want to sink the pipeline.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!