Chris Ryan, CFO of London International Airport brought us up to date with the planning at the Airport and recent developments.  London is fortunate to have an airport with strong infrastructure.  The runway is long enough to handle heavy aircraft and is a hub for Southern Ontario.  Toronto's Pearson is limited in its capacity and limited by the layout of runways.   LIA has planned to take more that one million passengers in 2020.  The addition of the low cost carrier Swoop expands the number of Canadian and international cities served by London.  The Airport adds $50 Million in taxes, 1400 Jobs and $137 Million in GDP to our local economy for each one million passengers served.  The impact will only increase in the future.  The addition of a new flight school at Fanshawe will also be an advantage to the Airlines industry.