Canada’s Calgary International Airport (YYC) has opened a new terminal, which will handle all US and international flight operations.

Developed during Calgary Airport Authority’s airport development programme (ADP), the new terminal spreads across an area of 186,000m².

The authority is currently involved in the management, operation and development of YYC.

"Our new international terminal represents a significant new contribution to Canada’s transportation infrastructure."

The terminal offers 24 aircraft gates and new technology, including a call-to-gate passenger boarding system, a CATSA Plus screening application, and a Crisbag tote-based baggage solution.

A Canadian-build passenger shuttle service, YYC Link, has been installed to transport passengers between the airport's domestic and international facilities.

Calgary Airport Authority president and CEO Garth Atkinson said: “In 2014 we opened Canada’s longest runway and today we welcome the world to the most advanced airport terminal in Canada.

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“Our new international terminal not only ensures YYC Calgary International Airport remains a major contributor to the economy of western Canada, it also represents a significant new contribution to Canada’s transportation infrastructure overall.”

Around 15.48 million passengers travelled through YYC in 2015.