Moncton, Canada

Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport | YQM

Vantage welcomed Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport (YQM) to the network in 1997, making it one of our first locations. YQM is one of Atlantic Canada’s fastest-growing airports and a strategic transatlantic cargo hub.

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In the Heart of Atlantic Canada

Vantage provides airport management and operations of all terminal facilities, runways, and airside infrastructure, as well as parking, access roads, and cargo buildings.

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Optimizing Passenger and Cargo Activity

Vantage oversees the airport’s major capital expansion projects, optimizing facilities for both passenger traffic and cargo operations.

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New Terminal Building

Vantage oversaw the $28 million (CAD) construction of the airport’s 85,000 square foot terminal building, which can accommodate up to one million passengers per year. The terminal build expanded square footage by 50% and resulted in a 70% increase in aircraft ramp space.

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Airport Operations Facility

A 34,000 square foot airport operations building consolidated all onsite operations functions into one energy-efficient facility, which also provides extended capacity for the growing domestic and international air freight markets served by YQM.

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Airfield Rehabilitation

A multiyear, $24 million (CAD) airfield rehabilitation program delivered by Vantage saw the extension of one of the airport’s runways to better accommodate international air freighters. And recent expansions to airport aprons and de-icing pads will support smoother winter weather operations.

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Connecting Opportunities

More than ever, airports connect cultures, businesses, and economies. The Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport connects not just flights, but also dreams, opportunities, and prosperity as the largest passenger and cargo airport for New Brunswick.

The Airport of Choice in Atlantic Canada

YQM is an important passenger and cargo transportation facility in the region and is among Canada’s largest airports in the Maritimes.


Economic activity generated by the airport annually (CAD)


Passengers served in 2023


Metric tons of cargo shipped in 2023


Vantage’s cumulative investment in airport and airfield infrastructure upgrades at YQM (CAD)


New jobs for airport and airport based businesses in the region

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YQM progressed well through recovery in 2023 and we’re finishing the year on a high note with the completion of two important projects that are making our airport even better. We’ll be able to eliminate bottlenecks and enable the airport for continued passenger and cargo growth to move Canadian goods to international markets more efficiently, including live and fresh seafood.

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Courtney Burns
President & CEO, Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport

Supporting Medical Care and Hope

YQM is a proud partner of Hope Air, a charity that supports Canadians who require financial assistance to access vital medical care away from home. In 2023, YQM facilitated more than 140 medical flights with its airline partners Air Canada, WestJet, PAL Airlines, and Porter, and is poised to do even more through this new partnership.


A Pledge to Environmental Sustainability

Several important initiatives demonstrate YQM’s pledge to environmental sustainability. The airport has achieved Level 1 of the Airport Carbon Accreditation Program for ongoing efforts to reduce carbon emissions at YQM. Closer to home, the airport proudly earned the “Rookie of the Year” accolade from Green Economy New Brunswick.

Read more about these YQM important initiatives

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Level 1 Mapping Certification

Airports Council International: Airport Carbon Accreditation (2023)

Green Economy New Brunswick

Rookie of the Year

Green Economy, New Brunswick (2023)

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Excellence in Overall Customer Service Programs

Airports Council International – North America (2017)

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