• Publications & Links 

    Best Practices in Noise Management Report (2017)

    Main Report | Executive Summary | Annex C

    Early Turn Trials

    View the early turn trials advisory  

    Annual Noise Reports

    These reports provide airport stakeholders with information on the GTAA Noise Management Program and initiatives of the CENAC. 

      2012 Revised       2011       2010      2009      2008          2007          2006         2005         2004         2003

    Brochures & Bulletins

    Night Flight Restriction Program - 2014 - 2015 New

    Restricted Hours Operating Policy

    Maps & Charts

    The following tools are intended to help communicate the impact of aircraft activity on communities near Toronto Pearson. This includes a map of the Toronto Pearson Airport Operating Area (AOA) and Noise Exposure Forecast (NEF) contours.

    The GTAA has also developed a Jet Flight Path Movements Chart to illustrate the general flight patterns of the majority of our jet aircraft operations. 


    Night Flight Restriction - Exemption Process

    Exemption may be considered for a night flight after reviewing the following:

    • Impact of the proposed operations on the overall GTAA Noise Management Program
    • Contribution of the proposed operations to the economic development of the Greater Toronto Area
    • An understanding that the proposed operations do not diverge from passenger or aircraft safety 
    • Possible improvements in guest or shipper convenience

    Nav Canada (air traffic control)

    NAV Canada, the country's air navigation services provider, plays a key role in designing and publishing the network of air routes that an aircraft uses to get to its destination.

    Transport Canada Enforcement

    Transport Canada publishes the names of all corporations that have violated the Aeronautics Act and the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs). This includes noise violations.

    The names of offending corporations, along with a summary of their offences and the resulting sanctions, can be found on the Transport Canada website.