Thursday and Friday of last week, Winnipeg Airports Authority (WAA) was present at Centrallia 2010 - a global business-to-business forum consisting of over 500 businesses from around the world. And, as a major gateway to Winnipeg and Manitoba, support was provided to volunteers at the airport to help welcome Centrallia delegates to our Prairie city.
For the second straight year, Winnipeg Airports Authority employees - along with employees from other airport tenants - put their musical talents to the tests as they rocked-out to classic hits on Rockband, all in support of United Way of Winnipeg.
In the fall issue of MP Steven Fletcher's Community Update, the universal design of our new air terminal building is profiled, highlighting some of the ways in which it will be optimally accessible to a broad range of individuals.
Pink lemonade, pink cookies, pink cupcakes, Delta employees were selling everything pink today at their check in counter at Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, all in support of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).
With hunting season beginning and many hunters travelling the country by air for their annual hunting excursion, CATSA has released some details explaining what hunters can bring on a plane, and what should be left at home.