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RCAF 1956-1963 alert1957@hotmail.com

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Airport Manager

The Airport Manager (and Dropzone Operator) is Tom McCarthy, one of the finest and friendliest people you could meet in aviation. Buy him a coffee and he could tell you volumes about the history of the place.

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Beacon at 516 KHz

Very good copy on beacon YWA on 516 KHz in Canton Ohio

Paul NC8W

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Shrinkwrap, Quickwrap Scaffold & Containment Solutions

Anyone who might be interested in shrinkwrapping valves, motors electrical etc. for shipping and storing can contact us @ 780-720-2762 Miles Slobodian

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Cold

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opening date fopr heliport

when was the civic heliport opened?

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Ultralight central !

Founded in the 1980's one of the most charismatic, challenging little aerodromes on the west coast

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taxi zone maps on cab windows

Cabs should have zone stickers on window. Similar to Mtl or other cities.

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Winnipeg Aviation

Go to winnipeg Aviation if you need fuel, they are friendly and prices a good

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Angus Air ?

Anyone know if Angus Air is still in business ? I know someone who is interested in starting a charter business in Canada with that name.

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boo hoo hoo crew

you folk are a bunch of rich wankers.pretend you are not the elite special like the rest of us.i can bet you and your wife i either doctors or school teachers. pound salt please

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Airport Identifiers

YSN is still the IATA identifier for Salmon Arm. St. Catherines is CYSN (IATA: YCM)

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The strip

The guys complaining about the field must be using shopping cart wheels on their planes because its really nice and yes it has a bit of a hump but so does a camel?

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Cant beet Bradford

Nice bunch of guys who fly and dont just talk about flying

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General Aviation not welcome there

The National Defence ask 14$ landing fees and Promotion Saguenay ask another 16$. An additionnal 25$ fees per passenger was requested and 35$ for daytime parking. Considering that I had 3 passengers on that day, the journey costed me 140$, which is very expensive in comparison to similar airport size.

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No fuel services here

There are no fuel services at this airfield

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Airport

Hi Sir,

I would like to know if airport still sale. I can purchase it. Please let me know ASAP

Thank you,

Gaetan Bourgault

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No bar or restaurant

I am presently sitting in the international departures area with a two and a half hour wait for my flight. After quite a stressful morning getting to the airport, checking in and clearing security, my wife said she would like to relax with a glass of wine. A cold beer would have been very welcome to me as well. On searching Departures however, I couldn't find a bar or even a proper restaurant --- just an array of fast food joints that I normally avoid at all costs. On enquiring in a duty free shop I was told that indeed there was nowhere to get a glass of wine other than in the airline lounges. For a major international airport this is really. Not good enough.

John W

Victoria, BC

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122.8 is local floatplane frequency and Kenora airport is 12

122.8 is local floatplane CJM9 frequency and local Kenora airport CYQK is 122.2

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Seaplane base is across from hospital, not where the anchor

Kenora seaplane base is across from hospital on T-docks and not where the map indicates it is. There is 100LL and jet fuel available on River air side and 100 LL on Kenora Air side of dock. Takeoffs are outside the bay running almost East/West and no high speed taxiing in past buoy. Boats won't slow down for you or get out of the way.

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Fuel Prices 100LL and Jet A

100LL is $1.199/litre; Jet A is $0.899/litre

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A 70's airport

Very nice if you want to dive into the past. Apparently no developments since 40 year either in services and structure. It took 1 hour to receive luggage after landing from Vancouver. Everything is old fashioned and not at all in line with airports of lesser developed countries.

Really a bad experience

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Backyard

does not look long enough from the air but there are a few planes on the ground including a big twin. flight sup says power lines are unmarked but there was a single marker visible. very nice area and close to lake simcoe and scugog, alot of traffic in the area.

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doors

i would like to speak to someone about hangar doors.

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doors

i would like tp speak to someone about your hangar doors.

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doors

i would like to speak to someone about hangar doors.

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No reply when calling for PPR.

Can anyone tell me who the contact is for Picton airport? I've called the number in the CFS but it only goes to a private residence answering machine. No one ever returns my call. I have friends who live in Picton and would like to fly in and visit them, so any info would be most welcome. My email: hgmurphy@outlook.com

Thanks!

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Vandals

Do not leave your airplane unattended at this place. Very bad for vandalism after hours. Sad but true and the town of winterland or the rcmp don't seem to care.

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Is this still in use?

I was just wondering if this small airport was still open? And who do you have to get in touch with to see if a small plane could land there

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Flying a drone

Hello,

I want to fly a drone in my farm in Saint Cesaire which is close (4kms approx.) to a small airdrome and far away from the main airports.

I just want to make sure I'm not braking any law by doing that on my private land.

Thanks for your advice.

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you must be fun @ parties

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Wheather for te weekend

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Probably one of the most nicely decorated airports around.

However, do they need to be spending that much money on decorating it?

There is alot of space that could be better utilized with seating. i.e. a water stream?

There is alot of artwork and the aquarium but most of it is in the departure / arrival sections, so unless you are traveling, you can't see it.

It's not like people visit the airport because it's an attraction, most just want to travel !!

I don't have a problem with this so much, in itself, but it comes at a cost to airport users.

A $20 fee airport improvement fee.

I would rather see a reduced / removed fee, and have a more "plain" airport.

I'm not a huge traveller, but have travelled to many countries and I haven't seen any that are as nice, but again,

at a cost which I'd rather not incur.

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Great place to fly into

Wonderful airport, got to watch some aerobatics. The fuel tank owner was so friendly and helpful. Like the person above below I too got a free beverage and help filling my plane. People around the airport we all really friendly.

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Fixed record

Merged duplicate identifiers

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Trying to locate a certain biplane.

Hello there. I live in Petersfield, Mb. I have seen a blue bi-plane flying around my area. I don't have any other info to give you. I want to contact the pilot, to see if it's possible to go up in it. I see when the pilot heads south of Petersfield when done flying around here. I'm assuming he's heading back home. My brother who is a pilot and lives by St Andrews airport, doesn't know anything about it. He helps out at the airport, and would know something about it if it's from there. I am guessing the plane is at Oak Hammock air park. Do you know of this plane? Thanks.

Gerry Hewitt

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bella bella to bella coola

is there a flight service between these places

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Re: ZNA location

I verified the latitude and longitude against the WAS (Water Aerodrome Supplement) and they have 49.18333N,123.95W.

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ZNA location

the harbour air icon on the map looks to be in someone's front yard!

Heliports look right though.

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Worth the trip for the Fish & Chips

Make sure you check their website about fuel availability as it isn't constant.

There is a $5 landing fee, if the attendant is there you pay him, otherwise it's on the honour system. They're trying to raise funds to redo the runway and they are currently at 150K / 990K, so don't be a jerk, and make sure you pay even if there is no one collecting.

Call Herberts and they'll pick you up and drop you off, though the walk isn't too bad ~1.5Km.

It's a very popular fly in spot so you can expect a fair bit of traffic. Communicate on the radio and keep an eye out!

You can also get fuel at Manitoulin East or Parry Sound, which are a bit cheaper.

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Good spot!

Great fuel stop. 100LL was $1.99/L tax included.

Staff was friendly and helpful!

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plane sotting

i go plane sotting a lot

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not bad not good

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flights

Do you do sight seeing from sandy island my wife and I would like to do a float plane ride while we are at tall pines camp in July we will be there July 16th to the 22nd let me know if you do that and what the price would be thank you in advance you can email me at rmain3101@gmail .com

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Great little airport. Fantastic buttertarts!

Known for their legendary buttertarts, be sure to add this to your list for the 100$ hamburger.

Occasional wildlife, so keep an eye out, and it's a popular training spot.

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Beautiful Scenery and Nice Airport

Visited mid May, a bit of traffic. Unicom won't answer but other local pilot will help if on frequency. Airport staff is very friendly and free wifi inside for pilots use! Very good place.

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Nice Airport

Very nice airport, went mid May. Not a lot of traffic and friendly Unicom-

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