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AOG International Freight Logistics, has expanded operations and moved “on-airport” at Edmonton International Airport (EIA). The locally-owned company specializes in freight forwarding and project logistics and is one of the fastest-growing freight forwarding companies in Canada with 28 per cent growth in 2012.
Edmonton International Airport (EIA) had a record-breaking year in 2012, expanding air service and growing aviation business to meet community demand. With the Expansion 2012 project drawing to a close, EIA is now able to serve our growing numbers of passengers and flights and continues to receive immense support from customers for a world-class airport.
Edmonton International Airport (EIA) unveiled the latest chapter in its Expansion 2012 project Friday with the official opening of the new Domestic-International Passenger Lounge and the completion of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Arrivals Hall.
New seasonal flights from Edmonton International Airport to sun destinations are being added this fall. These include a new non-stop service to Cayo Coco, Cuba courtesy of Sunwing Airlines. In addition, airlines are assigning larger aircraft to some routes in keeping with growing demand. Flights to some hot spots will also kick off a month earlier than usual in order to accommodate the airport’s rapidly growing passenger numbers, which are already up 6.5 percent over 2011.