What: YYC Calgary International Airport will host a Remembrance Day ceremony for airport travellers and employees who wish to pause and remember those who have served in past conflicts, and honour the men and women who serve our country today.
The airport community Honour Guard will include uniformed representatives from Calgary Police Service, RCMP, Calgary Fire Department, Calgary Emergency Medical Services, Royal Air Force, British Army, British Air Force, Canadian Corp of Commissionaires, Royal Canadian Air Cadets, Canada Border Services Agency and the United States Department of Homeland Security Customs and Border Protection.
When: Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 10:45 a.m. – Ceremony begins with formation of the Calgary International Pipe Band and Honour Guard.
Who: Constable Mike Bertin (Retired), Master of Ceremonies and Parade Commander
Michael Hayward, V.P. Marketing & Guest Experience, The Calgary Airport Authority
Where: YYC Calgary International Airport
2000 Airport Road NE
Arrivals Level by Door 17 (beside Bistro on the Bow – International Terminal Building)
**Parking validation will be available for guests coming to take part in the ceremony**
Media: Please RSVP to Media@yyc.com. Media arriving at YYC Calgary International Airport are required to park in designated media parking areas. Marked spaces are located on the Departures Level roadway, adjacent to Door 12.
ABOUT THE CALGARY AIRPORT AUTHORITY
The Calgary Airport Authority is a not-for-profit organization incorporated under the Regional Airports Authorities Act of Alberta. The Calgary Airport Authority is responsible for the management, operation and development of YYC Calgary International Airport and Springbank Airport (YBW). YYC is an important economic engine for the city, region and province, which will welcome more than 17 million passengers in 2018, supporting more than 50,000 jobs and generating billions of GDP per annum in economic activity.
The Calgary Airport Authority
P: 403 735 5899