Hoping for 'seamless' March Break travel from Toronto this year? Airport officials have tips

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As the March Break school holiday approaches, officials at Canada’s busiest airport are sharing tips to help passengers travelling by plane get to their destinations as easily as possible.

Toronto Pearson International Airport says up to 140,000 people are expected to pass through daily during the “busiest points” of March Break, which falls between March 11 to 15 this year.

That’s nearly 1,000 flights taking off and landing every day during busy peaks, the airport said in a press release.

“It’s going to be a really busy week, but a fun week,” said airport spokesperson Sean Davidson. “There’s thousands of families who are heading off for March Break.”

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