International Airport Review

The Government of Canada has announced that three airports in Quebec will receive over $3.4 million funding for safety-related upgrades, projects, and equipment investments.

Through Transport Canada’s Airports Capital Assistance Programme, three airports in Quebec will receive over $3.4 million for safety-related projects and equipment that will help maintain safe airport operations for passengers, crews, and airport workers. The airports receiving funding are:

  • La Grande Rivière Airport (YGL)

$476,000 to purchase a medium-sized snow blower and a runway surface friction tester

  • Mont-Joli Airport (YYY)

$451,000 to purchase a grader, a runway condition reporting system, and a runway surface friction tester

  • St-Hubert Airport (YHU)

$2.5 million to rehabilitate the airport’s field electrical centre and purchase a wet/dry combination material spreader.

This funding is in addition to the more than $24.8 million announced under the programme in May 2021 to support safety-related projects at the Gaspé, La Grande Rivière, Mont-Joli, and St. Hubert airports.

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