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Media Inquiries


Regina Airport Authority is responsible for the operation and management of Regina International Airport. As an Airport operator in Canada, Regina Airport Authority is subject to the aviation regulations mandated and enforced by Transport Canada.

 

Although there are many entities operating as tenants of Regina Airport Authority, they do not fall under the regulatory jurisdiction of Regina Airport Authority. Therefore, any media inquiries specific to other organization or entities operating at the Airport should be directed to the spokesperson for that particular organization.

 

Media on Location at the Airport


Media personnel that wish to conduct interviews, film, or take photographs in public, non-restricted areas of the terminal building are welcome to do so. We ask that media make a courtesy call to Regina Airport Authority media contact at 306.761.7497 advising of the location and story subject.

Should a specific interview or news B roll footage that involves the facilities or staff of a specific company, arrangement should also be made with that company's representatives.

 

Media Contact


Kari Dean, Director of Communications, Customer Service & Marketing
Regina Airport Authority
P: 306.761.7497  l  E: kdean@yqr.ca

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