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Cool, calm, and collected—YFC’s winter operations

February 20, 2024

New Brunswickers know winter, but you might be surprised to hear how much goes into keeping runways safe and operational here at the Fredericton International Airport. Keeping runways clear makes sure flights can arrive or depart safely—but that’s just one part of the information pilots use to make decisions. Factors like wind speed and direction,…

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To local New Brunswickers, YFC is simply “the airport”. A single entity. A place on the map. But the organization and operation of YFC is slightly more complex.

Think of YFC as the physical infrastructure of the airport. This infrastructure is managed, operated, and developed by the not-for-profit corporation of the Fredericton International Airport Authority Inc. (FIAA). Most commercial and public services and products at the airport are delivered by independent  businesses operating from within the YFC structure. The airport is, therefore, the sum of many parts, including hundreds of committed people.