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by:Kenwei      2019-09-05
BRESLAU —
The number of passengers in the Waterloo International Airport area is soaring.
Manager Chris Wood said 105,000 passengers passed the gates at the airport last year.
\"We expect to reach 130,000 this year.
We have seen significant growth this year.
Wood hinted that Kumamoto Airlines will add another flight destination in a few weeks.
Wood said that at present, despite the number of passengers in Waterloo exceeding the target, WestJet will focus first on traffic through Toronto.
The total number of flights in and out of Waterloo reached 101,000 in 2010, down to 95,500 in 2009, hit by the recession.
In 2008, the total movement was 105,000.
More than one flight is a training flight, Wood said.
It is expected to start building four new hangars on land leased to private airlines this spring.
Wood said the two were approved in principle by the Waterloo Regional Commission and the other two were approved by politicians by the end of the month.
The airport operates for $1. 5-
According to Wood, taxpayers in Waterloo provide millions of subsidies every year.
That\'s why commercial flights are being added, as it increases revenue for landing fees.
\"An increased WestJet flight destination will generate millions of dollars in revenue each year,\" Wood said . \".
He said there is still much room for development in passenger service.
The passenger lounge can accommodate about 250 people at a time.
This is a typical charter flight to southern beach destinations.
Wood data shows that before any expansion is needed, the annual passenger traffic must reach 250,000.
For now, his job is to be comfortable with the flight time to keep the passenger terminal only able to handle one plane at a time.
\"We have dealt with two 737. jetliners)
\"It was here once, but it was not beautiful,\" Wood said . \".
After complaints from passengers, there is now a licensed dining area in the waiting area of the terminal, Wood said. The 50-
Pilot cafe with beer and white wine.
To help passengers pass the security checkpoint before boarding, $250,000 in full
Body scanners were installed in December.
Airport security officials showed this at a media event on Wednesday.
A total of 300,000 prohibited items nationwide
Like knives and tools.
Detained by airport security personnel on 2010.
In Waterloo, 1,148 people were seized or surrendered.
Does not include shampoo or half of a large container
A full water bottle thrown out.
Wood said that in Waterloo, unlike large airports, passengers do not have to hand over a precious knife for destruction.
Upon request, the airport staff will receive the rejected item and keep it in a locked cupboard so that the passenger can file a claim upon return.
\"This is one of the advantages of taking off from a smaller airport,\" Wood said . \".
Passengers are first checked by metal detectors when carrying
Luggage through X-ray machines.
Then select the passenger
Usually random by computer-
Do a second search.
Passengers can choose between Pat
Knocked down by security personnel or through a scanner.
\"Experience tells us that 90 people prefer scanners, not search,\" said Mathieu Larocque, a spokesman for the Canadian air transport safety agency . \".
\"I think it means that most passengers don\'t like the security personnel touching them. ”The body-
Scan the operator to view the image in another room.
Then he or she will send a stick.
Graphic representation on the TV screen on the side of the scanner.
It is marked with a Red Square showing the area where a suspicious item is located.
If nothing is found, it may take a minute to walk in, do a scan, go out and wait for permission to proceed.
Larocque says all images will be deleted after the scan is completed to ensure privacy.
L3 supply scanners are the same as used by prisons and courts, but different from those used in the United StatesS.
The airport, he said.
Low body scanner
Radio frequency levels in Canada.
South of the border, the technology was used, along with a full setbody X-rays. The X-
Larocque says radiation from radiation lines is not allowed in Canada due to health regulations.
First scanner installed at large Canadian airports
Like Toronto and Vancouver.
More than one million passengers pass here every year.
17 smaller airports.
Including Waterloo
The next person in line.
They serve more than 100,000 passengers every year.
At present, there is no plan to install a body scanner at a smaller airport.
Kswayze @ therecord. comBRESLAU —
The number of passengers in the Waterloo International Airport area is soaring.
Manager Chris Wood said 105,000 passengers passed the gates at the airport last year.
\"We expect to reach 130,000 this year.
We have seen significant growth this year.
Wood hinted that Kumamoto Airlines will add another flight destination in a few weeks.
Wood said that at present, despite the number of passengers in Waterloo exceeding the target, WestJet will focus first on traffic through Toronto.
The total number of flights in and out of Waterloo reached 101,000 in 2010, down to 95,500 in 2009, hit by the recession.
In 2008, the total movement was 105,000.
More than one flight is a training flight, Wood said.
It is expected to start building four new hangars on land leased to private airlines this spring.
Wood said the two were approved in principle by the Waterloo Regional Commission and the other two were approved by politicians by the end of the month.
The airport operates for $1. 5-
According to Wood, taxpayers in Waterloo provide millions of subsidies every year.
That\'s why commercial flights are being added, as it increases revenue for landing fees.
\"An increased WestJet flight destination will generate millions of dollars in revenue each year,\" Wood said . \".
He said there is still much room for development in passenger service.
The passenger lounge can accommodate about 250 people at a time.
This is a typical charter flight to southern beach destinations.
Wood data shows that before any expansion is needed, the annual passenger traffic must reach 250,000.
For now, his job is to be comfortable with the flight time to keep the passenger terminal only able to handle one plane at a time.
\"We have dealt with two 737. jetliners)
\"It was here once, but it was not beautiful,\" Wood said . \".
After complaints from passengers, there is now a licensed dining area in the waiting area of the terminal, Wood said. The 50-
Pilot cafe with beer and white wine.
To help passengers pass the security checkpoint before boarding, $250,000 in full
Body scanners were installed in December.
Airport security officials showed this at a media event on Wednesday.
A total of 300,000 prohibited items nationwide
Like knives and tools.
Detained by airport security personnel on 2010.
In Waterloo, 1,148 people were seized or surrendered.
Does not include shampoo or half of a large container
A full water bottle thrown out.
Wood said that in Waterloo, unlike large airports, passengers do not have to hand over a precious knife for destruction.
Upon request, the airport staff will receive the rejected item and keep it in a locked cupboard so that the passenger can file a claim upon return.
\"This is one of the advantages of taking off from a smaller airport,\" Wood said . \".
Passengers are first checked by metal detectors when carrying
Luggage through X-ray machines.
Then select the passenger
Usually random by computer-
Do a second search.
Passengers can choose between Pat
Knocked down by security personnel or through a scanner.
\"Experience tells us that 90 people prefer scanners, not search,\" said Mathieu Larocque, a spokesman for the Canadian air transport safety agency . \".
\"I think it means that most passengers don\'t like the security personnel touching them. ”The body-
Scan the operator to view the image in another room.
Then he or she will send a stick.
Graphic representation on the TV screen on the side of the scanner.
It is marked with a Red Square showing the area where a suspicious item is located.
If nothing is found, it may take a minute to walk in, do a scan, go out and wait for permission to proceed.
Larocque says all images will be deleted after the scan is completed to ensure privacy.
L3 supply scanners are the same as used by prisons and courts, but different from those used in the United StatesS.
The airport, he said.
Low body scanner
Radio frequency levels in Canada.
South of the border, the technology was used, along with a full setbody X-rays. The X-
Larocque says radiation from radiation lines is not allowed in Canada due to health regulations.
First scanner installed at large Canadian airports
Like Toronto and Vancouver.
More than one million passengers pass here every year.
17 smaller airports.
Including Waterloo
The next person in line.
They serve more than 100,000 passengers every year.
At present, there is no plan to install a body scanner at a smaller airport.
Kswayze @ therecord. comBRESLAU —
The number of passengers in the Waterloo International Airport area is soaring.
Manager Chris Wood said 105,000 passengers passed the gates at the airport last year.
\"We expect to reach 130,000 this year.
We have seen significant growth this year.
Wood hinted that Kumamoto Airlines will add another flight destination in a few weeks.
Wood said that at present, despite the number of passengers in Waterloo exceeding the target, WestJet will focus first on traffic through Toronto.
The total number of flights in and out of Waterloo reached 101,000 in 2010, down to 95,500 in 2009, hit by the recession.
In 2008, the total movement was 105,000.
More than one flight is a training flight, Wood said.
It is expected to start building four new hangars on land leased to private airlines this spring.
Wood said the two were approved in principle by the Waterloo Regional Commission and the other two were approved by politicians by the end of the month.
The airport operates for $1. 5-
According to Wood, taxpayers in Waterloo provide millions of subsidies every year.
That\'s why commercial flights are being added, as it increases revenue for landing fees.
\"An increased WestJet flight destination will generate millions of dollars in revenue each year,\" Wood said . \".
He said there is still much room for development in passenger service.
The passenger lounge can accommodate about 250 people at a time.
This is a typical charter flight to southern beach destinations.
Wood data shows that before any expansion is needed, the annual passenger traffic must reach 250,000.
For now, his job is to be comfortable with the flight time to keep the passenger terminal only able to handle one plane at a time.
\"We have dealt with two 737. jetliners)
\"It was here once, but it was not beautiful,\" Wood said . \".
After complaints from passengers, there is now a licensed dining area in the waiting area of the terminal, Wood said. The 50-
Pilot cafe with beer and white wine.
To help passengers pass the security checkpoint before boarding, $250,000 in full
Body scanners were installed in December.
Airport security officials showed this at a media event on Wednesday.
A total of 300,000 prohibited items nationwide
Like knives and tools.
Detained by airport security personnel on 2010.
In Waterloo, 1,148 people were seized or surrendered.
Does not include shampoo or half of a large container
A full water bottle thrown out.
Wood said that in Waterloo, unlike large airports, passengers do not have to hand over a precious knife for destruction.
Upon request, the airport staff will receive the rejected item and keep it in a locked cupboard so that the passenger can file a claim upon return.
\"This is one of the advantages of taking off from a smaller airport,\" Wood said . \".
Passengers are first checked by metal detectors when carrying
Luggage through X-ray machines.
Then select the passenger
Usually random by computer-
Do a second search.
Passengers can choose between Pat
Knocked down by security personnel or through a scanner.
\"Experience tells us that 90 people prefer scanners, not search,\" said Mathieu Larocque, a spokesman for the Canadian air transport safety agency . \".
\"I think it means that most passengers don\'t like the security personnel touching them. ”The body-
Scan the operator to view the image in another room.
Then he or she will send a stick.
Graphic representation on the TV screen on the side of the scanner.
It is marked with a Red Square showing the area where a suspicious item is located.
If nothing is found, it may take a minute to walk in, do a scan, go out and wait for permission to proceed.
Larocque says all images will be deleted after the scan is completed to ensure privacy.
L3 supply scanners are the same as used by prisons and courts, but different from those used in the United StatesS.
The airport, he said.
Low body scanner
Radio frequency levels in Canada.
South of the border, the technology was used, along with a full setbody X-rays. The X-
Larocque says radiation from radiation lines is not allowed in Canada due to health regulations.
First scanner installed at large Canadian airports
Like Toronto and Vancouver.
More than one million passengers pass here every year.
17 smaller airports.
Including Waterloo
The next person in line.
They serve more than 100,000 passengers every year.
At present, there is no plan to install a body scanner at a smaller airport.
Kswayze @ therecord.
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