Edmonton Airports (“EA”) operates Edmonton International Airport (“EIA”), the surrounding land development (AKA their aerotropolis or airport city) and Villeneuve Airport. The Edmonton International Airport is Canada’s fifth-busiest airport, serving over 8.2 million passengers (in its record year in 2014) with their long-term goal being to serve 10 million passengers by 2025. Employing 250-300 people on a regular basis; along with generating economic development and over 4500 jobs within the airport city; they are proud to be named one of Alberta’s Top 70 Employers for several years in a row.
Driving the region’s economic prosperity through aviation and commercial development.
More flights to more places.
10 million annual enplaned and deplaned passengers by 2025.
Safety and security first: To ensure that the safety and security of their customers, staff, facilities, and environment is a primary concern in all aspects of doing business.
Own the outcome: They are motivated by customer expectations in providing quality facilities and services in a customer-sensitive and service driven manner.
Doing the right things right: To be accountable for all their actions including financial management and to act honestly and respectfully in business relations, usage of resources, treatment of customers and each other, and in the general conduct of business.
Invested in talent: People are their most important resource; they work together to foster an open and cooperative environment that encourages teamwork, communication, and mutual respect.
Dedicated to sustainability: To be committed to responsibly managing all assets to advance the region’s environmental stewardship, social well-being, and economic prosperity.
For further information on the Edmonton International Airport, please visit their website at www.flyeia.com.