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Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ IATA) is in Mississauga near Toronto. As Canada's busiest airport, it handled 50.5 million passengers in 2019. Toronto is also served by the small Billy Bishop Airport, near the city centre, which handles only short-haul flights in central Canada and the northeastern U.S.

Malton Airport, built on what were farmers' fields in the 1930s, hosted its first scheduled passenger flight (a Trans-Canada Airlines DC-3 landing) on August 29, 1939. From 1940-1942, Malton hosted a World War II British Commonwealth Air Training Plan flight school. Malton Airport became Toronto International Airport in 1960. Various terminal buildings have been constructed and demolished over the years as the airport expanded; Aeroquay One (1964) was demolished in 2004 and replaced with a new Terminal 1, while Terminal 2 (1972) was demolished in 2007.



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