Regina Airport Authority

Regina Airport Authority Incorporated
FoundedRegina, Saskatchewan, Canada (1997 (1997))
HeadquartersRegina International Airport
Number of locations
1 airport
Area served
Southern Saskatchewan
Key people
Trish Martynook, Chair
James Bogusz, President and CEO
ServicesAirport authority
WebsiteOfficial website

Regina Airport Authority is a non-profit agency that oversees the management of the Regina International Airport, which serves the Canadian city of Regina and the southern part of the province of Saskatchewan.[citation needed]


The Regina Airport Authority was founded in 1997 in Regina under a broader federal government policy. During the 1990s, this policy turned over the operation of major Canadian airports to locally-based bodies, whereas the Government of Canada retained ownership of the airports.

As of 2023, the Regina Airport Authority's current board chair is Trish Martynook.[1][2]


  1. Infrastructure Management
  2. Safety and Security
  3. Customer Experience
  4. Airline and Tenant Relations
  5. Financial Management

See also


  1. ^ "Regina Airport Authority - Board of Directors". Retrieved 2023-04-26. Regina Airport Authority is governed by an independent Board of Directors consisting of up to thirteen business leaders, with a diverse skill set. The airport's board provides strategic direction and oversight while delegating operating authority to the President and CEO.
  2. ^ "Regina Airport Authority - City of Moose Jaw". Retrieved 2023-05-13. The Authority is responsible for all operational and financial management of the Regina Airport and the management, development and operation of the Airport Properties in a safe, secure, efficient, cost effective and financially viable manner.The Authority will generate, suggest and participate in economic development projects intended to expand Saskatchewan's transportation facilities.
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