AMTA Training Facility
3599 56 Ave. East
Edmonton International Airport
Alberta T9E 0V4

The AMTA Training Facility is a state-of-the-art safety training facility at the Edmonton International Airport (EIA) Airport City site. The facility will function as a commercial transportation hub for safety training development and delivery, research and technology innovation and will play a key role in strengthening education for commercial drivers across the province.

Facility facts

The facility is comprised of a five-acre training track, truck bay, two simulators, one mobile and one portable; classrooms and office space with rental opportunities available. The top floor has 6,000 sub-dividable square feet available for lease. For facility rental and general inquiries email

The facility is the third component of the Alberta Aerospace and Technology Centre at EIA, joining a Canadian North 737 training simulator and HNZ Topflight helicopter training simulator.

The facility was constructed to LEED Silver standards and includes components such as solar reflectance, electric vehicle charging stations and a green roof. LEED buildings save energy, water, resources, generate less waste and support the health of its occupants.

Construction of the nearly 20,000 sq. ft. facility and five-acre training track was announced early 2017 at EIA. Spacemakers Construction was the design-build contractor.

The facility and training track are on seven acres of EIA land forming part of Airport City. AMTA has reserved 13 adjacent acres with plans to expand the facility as the AMTA continues to evolve.