Ideally located near the approach to Runway 24L of Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Wardair’s operational facilities consisted of a large aircraft hangar, maintenance shops, adjoining aircraft aprons, taxiways and a three storey office building. The hangar and maintenance complex were designed to accommodate up to two B747 300s and one DC 10s30 aircraft at any given time. The overhaul of engines, wheels and brakes, avionics, painting and sheet metal work were carried out in the maintenance shops. A fully equipped crew training centre was located above the shops. The office was planned around an open, multi-level glassed-in atrium. The 11,000 sq.m. building contained offices, meeting rooms, central computer operations and a cafeteria. The structures have since changed hands and the office building is now owned and operated by the Greater Toronto Airports Authority .