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Update from Greater Moncton International Airport Authority

Greater Moncton International Airport Authority (GMIAA) is continuing to monitor developments related to the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The health and wellness of our passengers, visitors, business partners and employees are our top priority.

Airline Operations

Reminder that our airline schedule may change at anytime, passengers are asked to contact their airline for the latest information about their flight.


WestJet currently operates 3 days a week to Toronto (YYZ) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays until August 4.

From August 5 until September 4, WestJet will be operating 5 days a week to YYZ (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays).


Air Canada resumed operation with one daily flight to Toronto (YYZ) and Montreal (YUL) until July 19.  From July 20 to July 31, an additional flight to YYZ will be added – exceptions may apply.

Flights to Halifax (YHZ) and Ottawa (YOW) are suspended indefinitely.


Porter Airlines flights are temporary suspended and expected to resume activity August 31.


The public was cordially invited to attend #MonctonYQM’s Community Consultative and Noise Management Committee meeting held on Tuesday, July 7, at 1 p.m. via Zoom.

To see and hear the recording, click on:


Related News from our Business Partners: 

On June 22 we welcomed @aircanada on #MonctonYQM’s runways, taxiways and aprons as daily flights resume to Toronto and Montreal.

For the current schedule: #timetotravel #Moncton

Our boarding processes have changed to better serve you and ensure appropriate distancing remains constant.

While following pre-boarding announcements, please be patient as we work to maintain a secure boarding process.

What’s in our complimentary onboard Customer Care Kits? For your safety and peace of mind, every passenger receives a complimentary mask, gloves, bottled water, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes in a bag you can dispose of.


Related News:

Airports are encouraged by #AtlanticBubble as it represents a first step in recovery for travel and tourism in our region. And we look forward to the next phase of travel restrictions being lifted for the rest of Canada.

Ensuring the health, safety, and security of the traveling public and airport workers is always an airport’s top priority. #readyforeveryjourney

Where can I go in Canada and what are the #travel restrictions?

Your questions are answered! We’ve just launched our new interactive map of Canada. Check it out:



Disappointing news for Atlantic Canada with indefinite suspension of 14 @AirCanada routes, 12 of them being intra-regional. This underscores the need for more meaningful support for our sector. Our thoughts go out to our airline partners & impacted airports. #cdnpoli


Related Government News: 

Before you travel to (or through) New Brunswick, consult our website and ensure you have the proper documentation to enter.

Details are available at:


As of July 3, Atlantic Canadians will be able to travel to and from New Brunswick without the requirement to self-isolate but will be asked to identify themselves and provide proof of their province of residence.

Documents like a provincial driver’s license can help do both. Other documents that can help support screening at a NB point of entry are online at:  All documentation and photo identification must be current.

Filling out your roadside questionnaire before arriving at the border will help save time. You can print the document at fill it out and have it with you upon arriving at your point of entry.

Travellers to Canada: be aware that mandatory measures for travellers, that include the requirement to isolate or quarantine for 14 days on entry, have been extended until August 31.

For more information:

As part of the new measures, all employees and personnel who enter or work in the restricted area of some airports will be subject to temperature screening procedures.

Learn more:

To protect Canadians and help prevent air travel from being a source for the spread of #COVID19, we will be requiring temperature screenings for passengers flying to and from #Canada. Learn more:

Due to #COVID19 some provinces and territories have limited access to renew your ID.

If you’re flying within Canada, you can continue to use ID from Canadian Governments that expired as of March 1, 2020 until August 31, 2020.


Photo taken September 2019








From everyone at the airport – many thanks for your cooperation and assistance during this time of crisis as we aim to mitigate the potential impacts of COVID-19.

We will continue to work with our airline partners, business partners, stakeholders and government regulators to maintain operations at YQM and most importantly, to resume normal operations when possible.

Our goal is to provide you with regular updates on new developments or changes in YQM’s operations. We recommend that you follow our social networking platforms to get this information more quickly:

Twitter : @MonctonYQM

Facebook : @MonctonYQM


Stay safe!

Bernard LeBlanc, President and CEO, and YQM employees