More than 40 airlines fly from Toronto Pearson to 160 destinations around the world. Opportunities are available with many providers including:
Canada’s largest airline and flag carrier, providing direct service to six continents.
Serving more than 30 million customers since 2013 with flights to leisure destinations in the U.S., the Caribbean and Canada.
Canada’s #1 leisure airline, flying to 60 international destinations in the Americas, Europe and Canada.
Established in 2002 and providing more vacation packages to the Caribbean, Mexico, and Central America than any other travel company in Canada.
Employs 14,000 staff across Canada, flying more than 22 million guests a year in a fleet of 150+ planes.
Food + Retail
Food and retail options at Toronto Pearson include everything from brand-name favourites to specialized dining experiences and duty free shops. Opportunities are offered through:
A leading travel retailer with locations worldwide. At Toronto Pearson, it operates duty free stores.
A world leader in creating dining experiences for travel venues. At Toronto Pearson, it operates locations for brands including Starbucks, Tim Hortons and Swiss Chalet.
Operates dining and retail options created by eight of Toronto’s most celebrated chefs. It runs 12 locations at the airport, including Beerhive, Nobel Burger Bar and CIBO Express Gourmet Market.
Develops innovative shopping and dining options for airport travellers across North America. It operates numerous locations at Toronto Pearson, including Relay outlets and a TripAdvisor store.
Airlines at Toronto Pearson rely on ground crews, provided by global logistics companies, to get their planes positioned correctly at the gate, cleaned, fuelled and ready to fly. Opportunities are offered in ground handling through companies including:
Provides ground handling and cargo services at 130 airports globally.
A leading partner to the global aviation industry, it provides logistics services at over 250 airport locations in 58 countries.
Swissport has been operating at Toronto Pearson since 1958. It provides ramp handling services, such as moving aircraft and refuelling, as well as operating a modern air cargo warehouse.
Keeping passengers moving through the airport quickly and efficiently involves numerous government agencies and contractors. Opportunities are offered in terminal services at Toronto Pearson through:
This government agency facilitates the flow of legitimate travellers and goods and enforces regulations that keeps Canada safe.
This Crown corporation helps keep air travel secure by screening passengers, baggage and airport workers.
Provides janitorial services that ensure the airport is always comfortable, clean and in good working order.
Canada’s air navigation service provider.