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Thousands of passengers bound for the United States wait in line-ups due to security delays at Pearson Airport in Toronto on Sunday December 27, 2009. More than 108,000 passengers are expected to travel through the airport on March 9, 2012. (FRANK GUNN/The Canadian Press/FRANK GUNN/The Canadian Press)
Thousands of passengers bound for the United States wait in line-ups due to security delays at Pearson Airport in Toronto on Sunday December 27, 2009. More than 108,000 passengers are expected to travel through the airport on March 9, 2012. (FRANK GUNN/The Canadian Press/FRANK GUNN/The Canadian Press)

Pearson airport braces for March Break rush Add to ...

Pack your passport and your patience.

Pearson International Airport is expected to be extra busy today as families get a jump start on March Break.

More than 108,000 passengers are expected to travel through the airport today alone.

On a typical day, there are around 90,000 passengers traveling through the airport.

In order to keep young travellers entertained as they wait, the airport is offering family-friendly entertainment at Terminal 1 post-security, near gate D20.

There are colour-on walls, puppeteers and sand sculptures.

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