Newfoundland & Labrador
Churchill Falls Airport
The town of Churchill Falls is located approximately 245 km (152 mi) east of Labrador City with a population of 650 people. The residents provide the work force to operate one of the world’s largest underground hydroelectric plants.
Churchill Falls Airport (CZUM) is owned by Churchill Falls Labrador Corporation, operating as Nalcor Energy Churchill Falls. Provincial Airlines provides a regular passenger service at the airport. Churchill Falls Airport is certified but has limited services available. Runway winter maintenance is from Monday – Friday 1200 – 2100 ZULU. After hours, Saturday, Sunday and holidays prior notice is required. Jet A 1 is the only fuel available for purchase.
Nalcor Energy Churchill Falls
PO Box 250
Churchill Falls, NL A0R 1A0
Deer Lake Regional Airport
Deer Lake Regional Airport (CYDF) and terminal complex is located approximately 2 km (1.2 mi) east of the Town of Deer Lake and only 30 minutes from the City of Corner Brook on the Trans Canada Highway. It is the gateway to the Viking Trail on the Northern Peninsula and a short drive to Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site. Five airlines currently operate a regular year-round or seasonal scheduled passenger service, including Air Canada, WestJet, Sunwing and Provincial Airlines.
The airport terminal features five car rental agencies, a 250-seat departure security lounge, two baggage conveyors, a dedicated international arrivals area, television lounge, visitor information centre, free wireless internet service, ground transportation kiosk, a restaurant and a gift shop. Airport Administration and a 24-7 Nav Canada Flight Service Station are also located in the building.
The Deer Lake Regional Airport has one paved runway which is 2,438.4 m (8,000 ft) long and 45.7 m (150 ft) wide, as well as two taxiways and an apron area. The airport also includes a short-term parking lot with coin-operated meters and a long-term overnight parking area capable of accommodating 677 vehicles.
Deer Lake Regional Airport Authority Inc.
1 Airport Rd., Suite 1
Deer Lake, NL A8A 1A3
Gander International Airport
Gander International Airport (YQX) is a 24/7 operation with no curfews or restrictions. It features an international cargo transhipment centre open to foreign air carriers, upper deck cargo loaded and Foreign Trade Zone designation. The air terminal building features two separate airline counters, four car rental agencies, a departure security lounge, a baggage claim and arrivals area with an ATM, a gift shop, a bar and lounge, fast food/dining facilities, complimentary wireless internet and a 24-hour information counter. Scheduled jet and charter service includes travel to key business destinations via Air Canada, Sunwing, Westjet and Provincial Airlines.
Gander International Airport Authority
PO Box 400 Gander, NL A1V 1W8
Goose Bay Airport
Goose Bay Airport (YYR) is open 24 hours a day, providing weather and emergency response services. The airport has two major runways, and is capable of accommodating the largest aircraft in the world. As a major international airport, it has all the navigational aids accompanied by the most technologically sophisticated air traffic control radar system available anywhere in the world.
The airport handles an average of 95,000 passengers a year through the air terminal building (which houses three air carriers, a coffee shop, a gift shop, and three car rental agencies) and the airfield supports the tactical flight training activities for the Air Forces of Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada and Italy.
Goose Bay Airport Corporation
PO Box 498, Stn C
Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL A0P 1C0
St. Anthony Airport
St. Anthony Airport is located approximately 52 km (32.3 mi) from the Town of St. Anthony. It serves some 25,000 passengers and 2,500 aircraft movements each year and has a 1,219 m (4,000 ft) asphalt runway.
The terminal building offers a variety of services including a café, food concession, vending machines, car rental agency and other amenities for the traveling public. St. Anthony Airport hosts two major (regional) airlines, Air Labrador and Provincial Airlines, which have regular flights in and out of St. Anthony.
PO Box 250
St. Anthony, NL A0K 4S0
St. John’s International Airport
St. John’s International Airport (YYT) plays an integral role in the support system for the oil & gas industry. As the most easterly airport in North America and the closest to the offshore oil & gas developments, St. John’s International Airport serves as a port for the transfer of essential resources, both people and equipment, to and from the oil rigs offshore and offices and suppliers located internationally.
As an economic engine for the region, the Airport Authority is committed to establishing partnerships with the local business community to identify and meet the needs of its customers.
St. John’s International Airport Authority
Box 1, Airport Terminal Building
100 World Parkway
St. John’s, NL Canada A1A 5T2
Toll free: 866-758-8581
Stephenville International Airport (CYJT) is designated for international use by ICAO. The airport provides lav, water, ground power, de-icing, stairs, air start and all ground handling equipment available to service aircraft up to 747.
The air terminal building features a passenger lounge, restaurant, car rental agencies, and ground transportation to and from local hotels. The airport is home to the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland Safety and Emergency Response Training Centre (SERT).
Stephenville Airport Corporation
13 Tennessee Dr.
Stephenville, NL A2N 2Y3
The Wabush Airport (YWK) is owned and operated by Transport Canada and is located in Western Labrador. The principal communities within its catchment area are Wabush, Labrador City and Fermont, Quebec. The airport hosts several airlines that have regular flights in and out of Wabush.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Halifax Stanfield International Airport (HSIA) (YHZ) sits on 940 hectares (2,323 acres) of land, approximately 40 km (25 mi) from downtown Halifax, NS. It is the largest airport in Atlantic Canada, offering the highest frequencies and capacities of daily domestic and international flights, with a geographic location that offers a distinct competitive advantage.
HSIA is the only airport in Atlantic Canada to offer Canada Customs services on a 24 hour, seven day a week basis, and U.S. pre-clearance. The Airport annually serves over 3.6 million passengers and processes more than 32,000 metric tonnes of cargo. A recognized innovator in the global airport industry, HSIA is the first airport in North America to offer a self-service baggage drop system for all passengers and is consistently ranked among the best airports in the world.
Halifax International Airport Authority
1 Bell Blvd.
Enfield, NS B2T 1K2
J.A. Douglas McCurdy Airport
J.A. Douglas McCurdy Airport lies just 20 minutes from the Sydney downtown business district and within easy driving distance to other key areas of Cape Breton Island. It is located on major air routes serving Atlantic Canada, as well as the oceanic air routes and has two asphalt runways:
Runway 07/25 is 7070' x 200' (equipped with an Instrument Landing System), and
Non-precision Runway 01/19 - 6000' x 150'.
J.A. Douglas McCurdy Airport offers a variety of convenient services for its customers, including a restaurant, lounge, car rentals, and an automated teller machine. Free WIFI is available in the terminal and there are complimentary computer kiosks in the main hospitality area. Boardroom and Business Centres may be booked in advance. Ample public parking is located next to the air terminal building, as is the car rental area. Customs and immigration officers quickly clear international passengers, while security is provided by the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires.
The JA Douglas McCurdy Sydney Airport
280 Silver Dart Way
Sydney, Nova Scotia B1M 1B8
Yarmouth Airport (YQI) facilities include a modern airport terminal building and combined services building which houses a maintenance garage and vehicles used for clearing runways. The airport has two runways, two taxiways and separate parking aprons for both commercial and general aviation.
There are 4 RNAV GNSS instrument approaches, a VHF omnidirectional range/distance measuring equipment (VOR/DME) and a non-directional beacon (NDB). The airport property has 3.16 km² (1.2 mi²) of easily accessible, industrial real estate.
Yarmouth International Airport Corporation
PO Box 386
Yarmouth, NS B5A 4B3
Fredericton International Airport
Located 14 km (9 mi) from Fredericton city centre, Fredericton International Airport (YFC) is strategically positioned to serve the Province of New Brunswick and surrounding areas. Direct daily service is provided by Air Canada with connections to major hubs in Canada. Fredericton International Airport accommodates its visitors with access to a business centre, restaurant services, free wireless Internet, a new smart website and so much more!
Greater Fredericton Airport Authority
2570 Route 102 Highway, Unit 22
Lincoln, NB E3B 9G1
Greater Moncton International Airport
Located in the hub of the Maritimes, Greater Moncton International Airport (GMIA) (YQM) is located between Dieppe and Moncton. As New Brunswick’s largest international airport, GMIA has a 7,897 m2 terminal, two loading bridges, 22 check-in counters and customs and immigration on-site, along with a fully serviced 24-hour tower and 3048 m and 2438 m runways.
Greater Moncton International Airport Authority
777 Aviation Ave., Unit 12
Dieppe, NB E1A 7Z5
Saint John Airport
The Saint John Airport (YSJ) terminal building features a departure security lounge, free wireless internet, phone/laptop/USB charging stations and restaurant/gift shop, as well as four on-site car rental agencies, taxi, shuttle, limousine services and short and long term parking. Two airlines, Air Canada and Sunwing, provide domestic and international service.
Saint John Airport Inc.
4180 Loch Lomond Rd.
Saint John, NB E2N 1L7
Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown Airport (YYG) is located only minutes from the centre of Charlottetown, PEI. The airport is located on 610 hectares (1,508 acres) of land. The airport currently has three airlines, five car rental agencies, a restaurant, lounge and gift shop, as well as ample short-term and long-term parking at reasonable rates and 24-hour a day curb-side taxi and limousine services.
Charlottetown Airport Authority
250 Maple Hills Ave., Suite 132
Charlottetown, PE C1C 1N2
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