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Toronto Pearson International Airport
“I’ve been flying the 787 for three years and I’m coming up on my tenth anniversary with Air Canada. The love of aviation started when I was young. I flew on Dash-8’s to Northern Ontario and it was pre-9/11 so the door was always open and I could sit up front. That’s where it started.

After I graduated from university I obtained all my licenses. It took about two years to get everything. Like everybody else I spent some time applying for jobs and finally my time came. Getting hired at Air Canada was my dream and I worked at it for a lot of years. Today I’m living my dream and I’m very fortunate for that.

Anywhere you fly in the world is different. Flying to Edmonton and Calgary we get to see the Northern Lights from up in the air. Passing over the Pacific Ocean you’ll think you have come across land because there are massive lights below you, but it’s actually the pattern of lights from fishing fleets. We see the mountains from above, too. We get to watch a lot of shooting stars and the International Space Station going by all the time. It’s beautiful.”

-Micheline, Boeing 787 First Officer and Flight Instructor, Air Canada
#PeopleofPearson #PearsonPOV
People of Pearson
2 minutes ago
Francesca Pitruzzello - Good for you Micheline! Oh and happy 10th anniversary!
1 hour ago
Barby DB - Congrats on achieving your dreams and holding your work with passion, Micheline!! <3 I hope to be your passenger someday :)
7 hours ago
Vicki Ellis - Awesome write up Michelin, I must say you are a great person and pilot to work with.....
13 hours ago
Mack Klyne - My dream is to be a commercial pilot. Hearing your story just makes me want to push forward towards that dream 😄
19 hours ago
Orlando Silvestrini - Congratulazioni, vivere il tuo sogno ti renderà sempre più gratificante
20 hours ago
Joel Sauser - Those Manchester, Iowa built displays sure look nice
20 hours ago
Beth Hatfield De Leana - This face looks so familiar..hmm Kelly..could be..maybe, possible not. Either way, very inspiring!!
21 hours ago
Ryan Evaristo - Hoping that someday i will become part or air canada engineering,line maintenance or cabin mechanic!.😜😃☺️🙏🏻😎 #inMYdreams #hopeFULLY #EDMONTONaviation
21 hours ago
Rainey Shepherd - That's awesome..not everyone gets to live their dream so your story is uplifting <3 Be safe wherever your travels take you!!
22 hours ago
Debbie Joe Wilson - Congrats :)
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Do you work for a local non-profit? Toronto Pearson’s community investment program, the Propeller Project, is actively looking to support projects that make our neighbourhoods stronger.
Apply Now: torontopearson.com/propellerproject/
Toronto Pearson's Propeller Project - Now accepting new funding applicants
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
In 2016, Toronto Pearson became Canada's first airport to welcome more than 44 million passengers per year. Hear GTAA CEO Howard Eng discuss this growth and what it means for the region and the country. Read the news release - https://torontopears...;id=21474839252#
2 days ago
John Robinson - Walking sidewalks in T3 are constantly down and the handicap shuttle to the gates is as frequent as Haley's Comet. Stop going for low bid.
2 days ago
Lewis Sammut - the little carriers for travelers inside the air port alwayas being charged,, doing nothing all day what a wast of money,and thier drivers Yapping togehter,, worst air port
3 days ago
Nader Al-Sharif - Looking at airports around the world and looking at YYZ I must say YYZ is easy to navigate through, friendly staff, clean, the food options are great. Let's give Canadian's airports a credit for being so reliable and efficient for travellers. I've seen majour airports around the globe looks worse than a bus terminal in a small town. This is really great to see
6 days ago
Susan Candel - Let's now tell the facts about your booming business !!! The fact is the reason for the big increase in air travel would be from the flooding this country with refugees and the cost of that is on the Canadian tax payers for their air fares !! And all the sponsorship of the refugees from other sources!! That's why your business in booming this year!!
6 days ago
Alex Gibson - Filthy washrooms. Soap pumps don't work, no hot water. Escalators and moving sidewalks don't always work. Try and find car rental signs ?? They don't have a sign when passengers leave customs!! Now security!! Not enough staff or space to properly process passengers in a timely and organized manner. Yes!! We pay user fees for this mess.
6 days ago
Rob Dav - Broken escalators, broken trains, broken elevators. Non groved runways with no centerline lights. All from the most expensive airport I the world.
6 days ago
Diane Bridgwood - As a visitor from the UK you should as a city improve the traffic links the 401 and 400 are nightmares ! We have visited relatives for many years and last year the arrival and return drives to Pearson were terrible it took 1.30 approx to do what should have been 45 mins !
1 week ago
Bryan Justa - Why are the escalators always down? Why are the "F" gates more like a shed making passengers walk outside in the cold and snow in the middle of winter getting off the planes. Pearson you have lots of improving to do!
1 week ago
François Guérin - If passengers are really your passion, tell me why the fast walkway is often down at terminal 1? Why the Nexus machines are often down? Why the smoking areas outside are so close to where passengers are waiting for taxis and hotel shuttles? Why cab drivers at Pearson are never giving the right fare when we get to destination? Thank God I know the city!!! Why you are not allowing Uber to pick up passengers at the airport? Why there is no subway to the airport? Like in Madrid, Vienna, Paris, and so on... and I could continue!!!!
1 week ago
SK Shawn - Times that by 50 box a pop service fees both ways .. Yes that is the kind of money tax payer air port is making. Isn't it time to reduce the fees! Have a look at ticket 🎫 detail fee in Toronto... makes me want to puke
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Quarantine Services are responsible for the prevention of introduction and spread of communicable disease. While I’m stationed out of Toronto Pearson Airport, my team and I are responsible for overseeing all international ports of entry in Ontario and Nunavut. As the Manager for Quarantine Services, I spend a lot of time networking with partners. One of my main duties is to make sure everyone is prepared and understands their role when responding to a potential call. Airport authorities and partners depend on the information we provide to understand how to respond to potential or confirmed travelers affected by a communicable disease. The best way to describe this position is to understand that it’s not just a response based position but rather much of the programs time is focused on preparedness. In this position, I have to be aware of the diseases circulating in the world and how they rapidly cross borders. Staying up to date is our way to minimize risk – we use data as a risk assessment tool when assessing an ill traveler. A few years ago, I recall a concern on MERS virus, which was circulating in the Middle East. We used the information collected to do a health promotion campaign on how to prevent the spreading of the virus. We targeted Canadian travelers participating in Hajj specifically. We, then, worked with the airlines to communicate the information to travelers returning from the pilgrimage. We provided all kinds of outreach items like bookmarks with information on what to do and who to contact if they fell ill. This is a perfect example of the importance of working in teams with our partners. The campaign was very successful due to our partnership and great relationship. As a quarantine services manager, my recommendation to travelers prior to travelers is to check the traveler.gc.ca website for health related information. Upon return, if you feel ill, report to your health provider and inform them of your last trip. -Suchita, Manager for Quarantine Services for Central Region, Public Health Agency of Canada #PeopleofPearson #PearsonPOV
People of Pearson
3 days ago
Sudha Jain - Nation's health and well being depends largely on Quarantine Services Canada. Three Cheers and Hats Off to them !!
1 week ago
Jacques Wu - Why are we paying for ads like this?
1 week ago
Shawbaaz Baksh Barran - Great work keep moving
1 week ago
Prince Barcelona Bcn - I love canada
1 week ago
Dale Watson - Keep up the good work!
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Check out the incredible people working behind-the-scenes at our Apron Management Tower, FESTI - Fire & Emergency Services Training Institute, and Airfield Maintenance Facility, as well as our animal colleagues on K-9 and our Wildlife Management team.

In the words of Keeping Canada Safe, we have everything from tricked-out vehicles and menagerie of birds trained to keep Toronto Pearson safe. Watch now!
Keeping Canada Safe - A Day in the Life at Canada's Busiest Airport
1 week ago
Sunny Ma - Safe! That's mean I love Canada very much!
        
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Runners, lace up your shoes! The 10th annual Runway Run is coming this fall to Toronto Pearson. This fun, family friendly event will include a 5k run and 2k walk on runway 06R. Save the date – Sat. Sept. 23, 2017. Want to learn more? Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest on all of the events at Toronto Pearson https://www.torontop....com/runwayrun/#
TORONTO PEARSON - Runway Run
1 week ago
Jen Rosete - Hopefully this year can join Toronto Pearson 2k walk on d runway... ❤️🚶🏼‍♀️👍🏻🛬😘
1 week ago
Lee-Anne Mosselman-Clarke - Ashley Weed Harnisch I will be doing this again. Either the 5k run or 2k walk
1 week ago
Elizabeth Ramage - Jamie - what say you, join me?
1 week ago
Elaine Morris-Dunning - Same day at Toronto zoo run
1 week ago
Kristin Magee Hoogendoorn - Carrie Ismail
1 week ago
Francesca Polacco - Laura Tracy Wright
1 week ago
Mahani Paulin Antipuesto - Mary Ann Paulin Novelyn Coopera
1 week ago
Betol Bahzad - Great idea
1 week ago
Sandra Costa - When will registration be open?
1 week ago
Kristin Magee Hoogendoorn - It doesn't say the time. I'm such a baby 😂
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
We love to meet our neighbours and be part of the community. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce that the Toronto Pearson Street Festival is back. Save the date – this June 17, you’ll get a chance for a behind the scenes look at the airport, see our operations in action, meet the people who work at the airport, and have some great fun. Want to learn more? Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest on all of the events at Toronto Pearson https://www.torontop...m/en/streetfest/
Photos from Toronto Pearson International Airport's post
1 week ago
Natasha Lesar - So you sign up though email and the what happens
1 week ago
Mar R-a - Mike Alves the kids would love this
1 week ago
Tania Gomes - Kimbo Eh Shannon Martins this looks like a cool day trip with the kids during the summer ☺
1 week ago
Andrew Burton - I am so happy it is back so I can get free stuff and hug a coke machine
1 week ago
Andrew Burton - Thanks Jen b
1 week ago
1 week ago
Dawn McMillan - Ray Sweeney - Taylor & Denton?
1 week ago
Sammy Honesty - This is good I wish to experience this when I come to Toronto
1 week ago
Fatima Toribio - This is great would love to go with my kids.
1 week ago
Jéssica Fernández - OMG I CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Is customer service your passion? Are you fluent in English, French and a third language? We're looking for you. Become a Passenger Service Representative and work in a high energy, fun environment.

Apply today at https://torontopearson.com/careers/
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1 week ago
Steve Wiggy - So many negative comments. I speak ENGLISH in an English city. With great customer service skills . That should be enough to land a job
1 week ago
Mimi Janvier - Gosh they are asking a lot in the job description. French , English and 3rd language . Isn't French and English enough?!?! Better be paying well.
1 week ago
Romar King - I've applied and nothing. I have traveled thru Pearson everytime and I am pretty sure I am well capable of a position or be better at it than the one holding it. It is "who you know" system.
1 week ago
Anna- Stephanie Turino - I applied 10 years ago to become a flight attendant for Italia airlines and 500 ppl applied I got to my third interview and a woman interviewed me and said "You have 4 children this is not the job for you" I was in shock my passion is to travel ! P.S. My children were 10-18 yrs old !!!! That's alright I still travel and enjoy meeting all cultures around the world :)
1 week ago
Hilda Conchita Zermeno Saavedra - U need to b Indian to b hired! Hahahaaa... The airport is full of them!, when u arrive at Pearson, it makes u fell like u arrive in India!!!! (I doubt they all speak French, they can hardly speak English!😖)
1 week ago
Shirley Anne Cutajar - Honestly you think everyone that apply Toronto Pearson International Airport only speaks french ? I highly doubt it. It not fair if your born in Canada should have a opportunity I love a job at airport but don't speak frech only English it like being rapist
1 week ago
Nathalie Bens - Honestly they should start giving people that apply a chance, instead of pinpointing every little detail. I have applied numerous times, and they never have given me a single chance😶
1 week ago
Lakshmanan Kumara Deva - I have the experience sadly I am in my sixties though I look like and can work like someone half my age. Have no knowladge of French but other languages in addition to English.
1 week ago
Chris Ramirez - I've given up on trying to get a job at Pearson. I applied from flight support to ground support to customer service. Didn't get hired because I'm not fluent in French. Applied as an aircraft cleaner and still didn't get hired because of lack of French!
1 week ago
Monica Medved - I know 2 other languages other than French. There are many other passengers moving through the airport, shouldn't be discouraged from applying.
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
We support today’s announcement by the Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure in Canada to introduce immediate safety rules to prevent reckless use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

Safety is top priority at Toronto Pearson and proactive measures such as these help to maintain the safety of our passengers, employees and the surrounding community.

http://bit.ly/2nIOqtm
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Meet Isaiah and his PAWtner Josh. They're one of the many Toronto Pearson teams featured on Keeping Canada Safe.

Watch them this Thursday at 9:30 p.m. on CBC and learn how they do their part to keep the airport safe.
Keeping Canada Safe
2 weeks ago
Rita Seymour - Nope let it be known that we are not open to that kind of madness!
2 weeks ago
Rainey Shepherd - Maybe that information should be kept hush hush so the not so good folks in this world don't figure out how to interfere in the safety of our country????
        
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“I work in the Commercial Operations District with the primary unit so my main responsibility is releasing goods into Canada. We look at things like food, clothing, and car parts; these items tend to be large quantities ordered by businesses operating in Canada.

Before coming to work at Toronto Pearson I worked at Douglas, a land border crossing in British Columbia. When I was first starting out, I was hoping to get into the training program in Windsor but they didn’t have any openings and British Columbia did, so I ended up out west.

After graduating, I worked at Douglas for about three years before transferring to Toronto Pearson. I’ve been at the airport for over six years now.

I’ve always been attracted to law enforcement; I’ve always thought it was an exciting job. It gives you the opportunity to do so many different things, to be exposed to different situations and meet different people.

One of the most memorable moments of working at the airport was my first seizure here. I was working with another officer and I noticed that there was an inconsistency in the packages I was examining. I remember the excitement that I felt in identifying that something wasn’t quite right and having my colleague confirm it. A field test confirmed that it was drugs.”

- Border Services Officer Bradley, CBSA
#PeopleOfPearson #PearsonPOV
People of Pearson
1 week ago
Olivier Papineau Schneiderman - Tetiókton Kelsey Deer
1 week ago
Michel Beaudoin - Hail our CBSA's
2 week ago
Avesta Pira - Just applied! I hope to put my foreign language skills to use at Pearson!
2 weeks ago
Arshan Khan Arshan - Yep work in 737-800 .....
2 weeks ago
Raven Mason - Are they bringing back new episodes of Border Security?
        
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Proud to be cheering on Special Olympics Canada #SOTeamCanada17 athletes as they descend into Austria for the Special Olympics World Games 2017! GO Canada GO!
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A new Council of the Great Lakes Region (CGLR) report—supported by Toronto Pearson, CN and the Hamilton Port Authority—cites the integration of transportation modes as key to unlocking economic growth in the Great Lakes region.

The report—part of a larger Multimodal Transportation Strategy being developed by CGLR—aligns well with Toronto Pearson’s vision for a Regional Transit Centre at the airport which will connect our region to the world through improved transit and reduced traffic on the roads.

To read more about the CGLR’s report, visit http://bit.ly/2mkmrzh. To read more about Toronto Pearson’s Regional Transit Centre, visit http://bit.ly/2kJsa4B.
        
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Birds from Falcon Environmental Services might look small but they play a huge role in keeping the airport safe. Watch them in action on Keeping Canada Safe!
Keeping Canada Safe
1 week ago
Nelson Carreiro - That would be an awesome job.
1 week ago
Steven Katari - Deeana Ray did you know they do this at the airport?
1 week ago
Teo Ernesto - Rosa mire 😯
2 weeks ago
Kevin Michael Walters - I keep hearing about this dude as I work at Pearson.. Great to actually see him in action.. I wonder if he used the hawk to shoe away a fox the other day??
2 weeks ago
Eric Edquist - Wow! Amazing!! And no need for guns or poisons. Great to see!
2 weeks ago
Cameron Ellis - Aran look at this
2 weeks ago
Marian Jones - Hope there working well in August Dazzer 😜
2 weeks ago
Miriam Bowman - Wow this is amazing!!
2 weeks ago
Catherine Beaumier-Martin - Anthony Leslie! Our crashpad friends?
2 weeks ago
Stacey Bradley - We've had a closer glimpse... :)
        
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Springtime shopping! Celebrate the Break before you fly. Be sure to visit our world-class stores for your last-minute items before you depart. Special offers at participating retailers. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2mm5LeM
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2 weeks ago
Gretta Morash - Been there many times
        
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We're looking for Welcome Team members. Do you love to meet & greet people? Then, join us for one of our upcoming volunteer information sessions. Register today: http://bit.ly/2mKoPU0
GTAA - Welcome Team Volunteer Program
1 week ago
Marie Scalcione-Podnar - The only volunteer jobs should be for charities, so the funds raised actually are used to help....There are too many organizations, industries that expect people to volunteer before they are hired.....catch 22, people need to make money before they can volunteer....
2 weeks ago
Maria Luisa Nielo - I applaud people who spare their time to volunteer because a little help they gave to others makes abig difference in the life of those individuals
2 weeks ago
Gena Nita - Its called volunteering because it IS volunteering, its not exploitation, nobody is forced to volunteer, they do it cuz they find some kind of gratification in volunteering. However personally i think its just a cheap way of Pearson to get work out of people and i think they should pay for this kind of help they receive. I mean with the amounts of money they waste stupidly every year, why not spend some on these people who actually make Pearson look better.
2 weeks ago
Loris Thomas - Volunteering is extremely rewarding ...but certainly not for everyone ... you've got to see the bigger picture ... giving back when and where you can. A chunk of my time is now spent volunteering ... and I love it. However, can't take on any more at this time. I signed up to volunteer at the Living Arts Centre last year, but got too busy with all the others and had to let it go.
2 weeks ago
Lakshmanan Kumara Deva - I would be happy to do this at my age getting a full time job is now impossible besides I love doing a job dealing with people. I travel through Pearson once a year on holidays have met these people they are better than airport staff who are clueless.
2 weeks ago
Roland Jong - Bring back Travellers Assistance Services of Toronto to Pearson Airport, they were the true Volunteer group for Many years till GTA cancelled their Lease with no reason. Great bunch of people.
2 weeks ago
Priscilla Nielsen - I flew to Dominican not to long ago and I needed help with my gate there was a lady there who was volunteering she was the nicest lady helped me in any questions I had including where bathroom was it's a big help and I applaud them for helping
2 weeks ago
Jaye James - Volunteers are for underprivileged kids,seniors, food banks NOT International Airports. ..Shame on you 😠
2 weeks ago
Mark Robin - GTAA Executives,corporations are making the big bonuses!! Big fat cheques over those poor guys! This Airport makes billions of dollars!! Shame on you!
2 weeks ago
Olga Trotter-Herbert - I thought those kind of positions were illegal Like unpaid internships-- Shame on Pearson Airport! And---the parking fees are ridiculous in costs. I was just there last week. Soooo --- are they Nuts?!!!!!