Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) is located four miles southwest of Rochester, N.Y., and 12 miles south of Lake Ontario, one of the largest of the Great Lakes. The airport is served by 10 airlines and regional jet services offering nonstop flights to destinations in the U.S. and Canada. ROC airport’s main terminal building has two levels – ticketing and boarding gates on the upper level and baggage claim and rental cars on the lower level.
Greater Rochester International Airport
1200 Brooks Avenue
Rochester, NY 14624
NFIA (IAG) is an attractive alternative to currently congested major North American International airports. With its 10,825 ft. main runway, 5,850 ft. crosswind runway, 24-hour operation (no curfews), 24 hr. CFR service, excellent access to inspection agencies, and price competitive landing fees, the NFIA is ideally suited and strategically located to accommodate various types of aviation operations.
The close proximity of the airport to the Canada/USA border, its location just off a major highway, and its central location to the Canada and USA population base, offer great operational advantages. In addition, there is an excellent local labor force and the presence of over 300 freight forwarders in the airport vicinity makes freight operations a natural fit for this airport.
The NFIA is located right off off Route 62 (Niagara Falls Blvd.), which connects easily with U.S. Interstate 90 and the 405 in Canada.
Niagara Falls International Airport
2035 Niagara Falls Blvd.
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), also known as Lester B. Pearson International Airport or simply Toronto Pearson, is a major international airport serving Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is situated 27 km (17 mi) northwest of Downtown Toronto in the city of Mississauga, Ontario. It is the primary airport for a densely populated metropolitan region in southern Ontario, including the Greater Toronto Area, situated within the Golden Horseshoe.
Pearson is the largest and busiest airport in Canada. In 2009, it handled 30.4 million passengers, a 6.1% decrease compared to 2008, and 407,724 aircraft movements. It is currently the 20th busiest airport by aircraft movements in the world. In 2008, it handled 32.3 million passengers and 429,262 aircraft movements. In 2006, the airport was selected as the best global airport by the UK-based Institute of Transport Management.
Lester B. Pearson International Airport is the primary hub for Air Canada, making it a major Star Alliance hub airport. It also serves as a hub for Air Canada Jazz, Air Georgian, Air Transat, Fedex Express, Sunwing Airlines and WestJet. The airport is operated by Greater Toronto Airports Authority as part of Transport Canada's National Airports System and is one of eight Canadian airports with facilities for United States border preclearance.
An extensive network of daily non-stop domestic flights is operated from Pearson by several airlines to all major and many secondary cities across all Provinces of Canada. It also has a very strong international presence, with 74 airlines offering non-stop or direct service to over 100 international destinations throughout the United States, Mexico, Asia, Europe, South America, Central America, the Caribbean, the Middle East and Oceania.
Greater Toronto International Airport
Mississaga, ON L4V 1E4