Thunder Bay International Airport Departures
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA)
To guarantee the maintenance, agreement, and compliance with airport security standards, Thunder Bay International Airport is working and cooperating with the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA). The mission of its rejoined efforts is to increase and improve the safety of passengers by installing specialized, functional airport security equipment together with developing operational space. Active after 2002, CATSA is recognized to be a Crown corporation that is engaged in providing, maintaining, and managing consistent and effective screening procedures across various airports in Canada, including Thunder Bay International Airport. The organization is committed to keeping its operations in full agreement with the established security and protection standards.
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The Thunder Bay International Airport includes a 2-story terminal building.
Bus Transit Services offers public transit services within the City of Thunder Bay limits. Thunder Bay Transit conventional vehicles are 100% low-floor, accessible with a kneeling feature, onboard stop announcements, ramps, and priority and courtesy seating. Passengers should remember that it is possible to pay the exact cash since drivers are not able to provide customers with change. Punch passes and tickets will never expire, and by purchasing a day pass, commuters receive an unlimited journey for one day. However, the pass can be used by only one individual or two seniors/adults and three youth or one adult/senior and four youth. Thunder Bay International Airport is serviced by #3 Memorial - Airport with a charge of $2.75.