Terminal 3 expands at Toronto airport

The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) announced today the opening of an expansion to Terminal 3 at Toronto Pearson International Airport.This new addition to the east end of Terminal 3 includes additional self-serve kiosks for passengers, 40 check-in counters, new concession space, airline offices and an expanded waiting area for friends and family of arriving international passengers.

“The Terminal 3 expansion will offer passengers more amenities. By opening this additional processing space, the terminal will be brought up to its design capacity providing significant cost efficiencies. The GTAA is especially pleased to now have additional space in the international arrivals area, which will be a benefit to everyone waiting to greet a passenger,” said John Kaldeway, President and CEO of the GTAA.

Originally opened in 1991, Terminal 3 is now home to more than 50 airlines. This portion of the T3 redevelopment has been completed within a budget of $95 million and on time.

In 2005, 29.9 million passengers passed through Toronto Pearson, of which 10 million used Terminal 3.
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