What you can do while you wait. Grab a bite in our Clear Sky Bistro. Check out our Book Exchange and enjoy a quiet reading area. Sit back and enjoy the view of planes taking off and landing. Plan your stay and see what Sudbury has to offer.
Yes, it's free.
Free WiFi throughout the air terminal building. Connect to the “Sudbury_Airport” network when you are at the airport.
Free Charging Stations. Charge your device before you take off and after you arrive. Various charging adapters are available.
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Toronto Pearson International Airport is currently undergoing rehabilitation of runway 05/23. The maintenance and construction may affect inbound and outbound flights to and from the Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB) – please ensure you check your flight status with airlines
Your options if you arrive at the airport with restricted items:
Leave it with family or friends who are with you at the airport.
Leave it with pre-board screeners and they will dispose of the item.
Use the Mail-It-Home Program: Mail the restricted items home or to a destination of your choice by visiting the information booth in the arrivals area of the terminal. Passengers are responsible for the cost of postage and shipping for this service.
Every passenger is required to have valid photo identification documents. Please contact your airline for current documentation requirements. Remember that you will need proof of citizenship when travelling to the U.S. or internationally.
Travelling Outside of Canada?
When you're travelling outside of Canada always carry a valid passport. A driver's license is not sufficient.
Travelling Inside Canada?
Every passenger is required to have valid photo identification documents.
Travelling with Children
Without a parent
When children are travelling without a parent, they will need notarized documentation. If you are sending a child unaccompanied on a flight please contact your airline for more information.
Non-related to child
If you are travelling with a child that is not related to you, you will require a signed letter giving permission for travel from the child's parent or guardian. Please contact your airline for more information.
Please be advised you will require identification for each child (birth certificate and/or medical card).
Every passenger is responsible for their luggage. Never leave your luggage unattended.
The baggage allowance (number of pieces, size, and weight) for checked and carry on luggage may differ from one airline to another. Fees may apply for excess baggage. Please contact your airline for more information.
If your luggage does not arrive or is damaged, please contact your airline directly.
Complimentary baggage carts are conveniently located throughout the airport.
There are no Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) officers stationed at the Greater Sudbury Airport. If travelling on commercial air service internationally, you will clear customs either prior to leaving Canada, at a connecting airport, or once you arrive at your international destination.
For information on customs clearance for charter or private aircraft, please visit the Pilot + General Aviation section of this website.