Canadian Airports Council

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The Canadian Airports Council (CAC) is the Canadian trade association for Canada's airports and a division of Airports Council International-North America. Formed in 1991, as the devolution of airports to local control was beginning under Canada's National Airports Policy, the CAC has 46 members that represent more than 180 airports. These include all of the airports in Canada's National Airports System and other commercial airports in every province and territory.

CAC members include the eight largest airports in Canada:

The CAC is affiliated with Airports Council International

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