New check-in systems at Mississauga’s Pearson Airport geared for quicker passenger processing


Published March 14, 2022 at 9:38 am

Improvements to passenger check-in systems and boarder clearance measures are part of a $142 million improvement plan for Mississauga’s Pearson Airport.

Announced by Canada’s Minter of Transport (and Mississauga Centre MP) Omar Alghabra today (March 14), the financial commitment will also be used to fix runways and assist with the testing and screening of COVID-19 for those arriving at the airport.

“Investments in our airport infrastructure are crucial to maintaining the health, safety and security for all Canadians,” said Alghabra.

The proposed check-ins and clearance measures are meant to help process passenger more quickly and efficiently as well as implementing increased levels of security.

The plan also calls for further studies that could lead to construction links from the airport to Eglinton Ave. LRT in Toronto.



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