The Canada airports map shows location of airports in Canada. This airports map of Canada will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave or arrive in Canada in Americas. The Canada international airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Of over 1,700 registered Canadian aerodromes, certified airports, heliports, and floatplane bases, 26 are specially designated under Canada National Airports System (NAS) as you can see in the map of Canada airports: these include all airports that handle 200,000 or more passengers each year, as well as the principal airport serving each federal, provincial, and territorial capital.
Airports such as Montréal-Mirabel International Airport, which has less that 200,000 passengers has not been removed from the list. The Government of Canada retains ownership of these airports and leases them to local authorities. The next tier consists of 64 regional/local airports formerly owned by the federal government, most of which have now been transferred to other owners (most often to municipalities) as its shown in the map of Canada airports.
Toronto Pearson International Airport, is the busiest airport in Canada as its mentioned in the map of Canada airports, and was also the only Canadian airport ranked in the top 30 airports in the world by number of passengers in 2006 (although it dropped off the list in 2007). In 2009, 95.9 million passengers travelled through Canada ten largest airports. Future projections see Toronto Pearson International Airport handling 55 million passengers annually by 2020.