Hamilton International Airport Year in Review
- Hamilton International Airport celebrated 80 years of being in business
- $20.5 million in capital investment in Airfield Rehabilitation & Modernization
- 3,400 total jobs created
Although passenger numbers understandably dropped directly because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there were still a number of progressive activities happening at the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport. This included the airport completing the second phase of its multi-year Airfield Rehabilitation and Modernization project. The total project cost is $38.89 million with $18.54 million funded by Transport Canada’s National Trade Corridor Fund (NTCF). For all the key information of what happened in 2020, please check out the attached 2020 Highlights HERE.
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