Airport World

The Canadian government is to invest of up to C$23.5 million under the National Trade Corridors Fund for an expansion and sustainability project at John C Munro Hamilton International Airport.

This project, which will cost close to C$47 million, will allow the gateway to handle increased cargo operations by improving and expanding airfield capacity, increase its de-icing capacity, and build a new independent road to reduce congestion.

The National Trade Corridors Fund is a competitive, merit-based programme designed to help infrastructure owners and users invest in the critical transportation assets that support economic activity in Canada. A total of C$4.7 billion over 11 years (2017-2028) has been allocated to the programme.

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