August 18, 19 & 20
(Fly in for this local event, take advantage of our Free Courtesy Vehicle)
|REF||N44 41 00 W79 55 46 4SSW 11 ° W UTC-5(4) Elev770'A5000 F-21 L06 HI5 CAP|
|OPR||HURONIA AIRPORT COMMISSION (705) 526-8086 Registered|
|PF||B-1 C-2, 3, 4, 5,6|
| NOTAM FILE CYEE
London 866-WXBRIEF or 866-541-4104 (Toll free within Canada & USA)
100LL, JA -1
| Rwy 16(160°)/34(340°) 3996x75 asphalt Rwy 34
first 998' up 1.14%
|PAVEMENT STRENGTH||PLR 5, 51,700 lbs, 0.5MPa (70 psi) Tire Pressure|
|LIGHTING||16-AS(TE ME)AP, 34-AS(TE ME) AP ARCAL-122.85 type J, all lgt exc RIL RR on twy B|
|UNICOM (AU) ltd hrs O/T tfc 122.85 5NM 3800ASL|
|NAV||YEE 112.8 Ch 75 N44 34 54 W79 47 36 (973')327° 8.)NM to A/D|
|CAUTION||Due to RWY slope on 16/34, acft on rwy ends may not be visible to pilots at opposite ends of rwy.|
This data is provided for general information only and is not to be used for flight or specific navigational purposes.
Midland/Huronia Airport is a CANPASS ONLY airport that allows private and corporate aircraft which frequently fly to Canada to land directly here according to policies in place under this joint USA / Canada Accord.
Call 1 888-CANPASS (valid across North America) for information or to report a planned flight to MIDLAND/HURONIA CYEE at least 2 hours prior to landing.
American or International aircraft without CANPASS must complete a telephone reporting procedure as outlined by the Canada Border Services Agency. Call 1-888-226-7277 for additional information.
Regional 'Port of Entry' airports include Sarnia, Windsor, Hamilton, Toronto Island, Buttonville, or Lake Simcoe Regional Airport (Barrie/Orillia).
For additional information visit the Canadian Border Services Agency CANPASS website for private and corporate aircraft.
The Canadian Border Services Agency's website also has a dedicated, cross-border, travel information section. Here you will find important information and resources so you can know what to expect when you arrive in Canada. Visit this site for travel tips, information on traveler reporting requirements and much more. Know ahead of time what to expect at the Canadian border. Click here
Visitors to the area will need lots of time to explore all the many tourism opportunities in the area.
If you are flying in to visit, then you may also wish to call ahead and have a taxi ready or rent a car to meet your flight for a tour of the area or a short trip to either Midland or Penetanguishene.
We are a major gateway to Georgian Bay and the 30,000 islands which covers over 15,000 square km (5,834
square miles or 1.5 million ha or 3.7 million acres).
The area was first inhabited by the Huron people (or Ouendat as they called themselves) over 500 years ago and was the heartland of the Huron nation. In 1610, Samuel de Champlain sent Etienne Brule to live with the Huron to learn about their language and culture. Champlain journeyed to the area in 1615. In 1793, John Graves Simcoe recognized the area with the establishment of a naval base in Penetanguishene Bay.
Today the area is a thriving region offering numerous amenities as well as an array of recreational activities and tourist attractions such as:
Huronia Airport is owned and operated by the Towns of Midland, Penetanguishene and the Township of Tiny. Located in the Township of Tiny, the Airport serves an area encompassing the Towns of Midland and Penetanguishene and the Townships of Tiny and Tay, which is a geographical catchment area that runs from Wasaga Beach to the west, Honey Harbour to the north, Moonstone and Highway 400 to the east and Hillsdale and Phelpston (and Highway 400) to the south.
Driving distance from Toronto - 150km, Hamilton - 195km,
Montreal - 672km, Windsor - 482km.
The immediate market for the Airport services is bounded by a line halfway between itself and the closest comparable airports - the closest airports to Huronia/Midland are Collingwood to the west, Parry Sound and Muskoka to the north, Orillia to the east and Lake Simcoe Regional to the south.
The Airport also provides meeting facilities for several of the community's clubs and organizations.
The key infrastructure for the operation of the Airport is the runway, main aircraft apron and associated taxiway system.The Airport property lies in a rural/agricultural/recreational area and is suited for;
Don Cooper (Chair)
John Smith - Airport Manager
20 Ed Connelly Drive
Phone (705) 526-8086
Fax (705) 526-1769
Hwy 93 from Barrie, or Hwy 12 from Orillia, take Angela S. Foster Rd. west to Baseline Rd. Turn left (south) on Baseline then next right (west)
on Concession Rd 8E. to Ed Connolly Rd.
Google Map to Huronia Airport