Free Wi-Fi Now Available to Passengers at YYC

December 05, 2008   |  
December 5, 2008

Free Wi-Fi Now Available to Passengers at YYC

Calgary International Airport becomes the first airport in Alberta to offer free wireless internet services to the travelling public

Calgary, AB – YYC has become a free Wi-Fi zone, making travel that much easier for busy passengers at Alberta's premier international passenger and cargo gateway. As the first airport in Alberta to offer this service free to passengers, this new initiative will bring the added convenience of working on the fly to travellers at YYC.

“Offering the best passenger experience is a top priority for the entire Calgary International Airport community,” said Garth Atkinson, President and CEO of The Calgary Airport Authority. “With the introduction of airport-wide, free Wi-Fi, YYC continues to be a leader in innovative customer service initiatives.”

This new service helps the over 12 million busy travellers at Calgary International Airport stay connected, with fast and easy access to the internet at www.YYC.Free.Public.WiFi.

The Calgary Airport Authority is a not-for-profit, non-share capital corporation, responsible for the

management, maintenance and development of YYC (Calgary International Airport) and YBW

(Springbank Airport) under long-term lease from the Government of Canada.


For further information, contact:
Jody Moseley
The Calgary Airport Authority
403-735-5899 (media line)