Behind the Scenes Archives - Fredericton International Airport
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Canadian Airport Safety Week at the Fredericton International Airport

Fredericton International Airport joined airports across Canada for Canadian Airport Safety Week September 17 – 21, 2018. Each day, the airport community was invited to join us for a ...
Emercency preparedness exercise at the Frederiction International Airport - Traning exercise

Emergency responders come together to build communication and test skills at the Fredericton International Airport

Safety first. We hear that a lot, but what does it really mean? At the Fredericton International Airport, it means that our people train year-round to continually upgrade their ...
Scott & Brandon after the Ice Bucket Challenge

ALS #IceBucketChallenge

Two of the FIAA’s Airport Operations Specialists (AOS) were nominated to take part in the Ice Bucket Challenge – an initiative that’s gone viral on social media, and aims ...

4 a.m. is a beautiful time at the Fredericton International Airport

We recently invited local photographers Bang-On Photography to come take some shots of the airport, and boy did they deliver! They arrived at 4 a.m. because the busiest part ...
Lester re-paints the runway lines at the Fredericton International Airport

Signs of Spring: Runway Maintenance

Did you know that every single line on both of our runways gets a fresh coat of paint every spring? The center lines get an extra coat in the ...

Walking under an airplane: Practical AOS training

It’s not often you get a chance to walk around underneath a commercial aircraft. Or any aircraft, for that matter. So when Rick Tompkins, one of our AOS’s (Airport ...
Passengers departing at the Fredericton International Airport

Not so tiny, after all: Traffic numbers break records in 2013

If you’re one of those people who thinks of the Fredericton International Airport as “tiny,” this might surprise you: In the month of August 2013, YFC saw an average ...

Wondering what really happened with those CanJet planes in the storm?

If there is a silver lining behind severe weather such as we received here in New Brunswick over Christmas, it’s in the sense of community that the storms brought ...