Huronia Airport in the Heart of Georgian Bay

Huronia Airport offers a 4,000 foot runway, ample tie-down and ramp space and competitively priced FUELING OPTIONS suitable for all types of aircraft from single engine to executive jet. 


Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Huronia Airport (CYEE) will not be extending its summer hours in 2021. Normal business hours will be 8:00 am – 17:00 pm daily. After-hours refueling will be available on a call-out basis — fees apply. The terminal washroom facilities will remain open for public use during regular business hours. Masks are mandatory for entry.
For more information on the state of COVID-19 in our area, please contact the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit at 705-721-7520 or 1-877-721-7520 or visit their website at


Huronia Airport is located at the gateway to Georgian Bay and the 30,000 islands.

Located in the Township of Tiny, the airport is a short cab ride to many LOCAL TOURIST ATTRACTIONS and located close to the pristine shoreline of Georgian Bay. Call and reserve our courtesy vehicle for a quick tour of the area or for a meal at one of our fine area restaurants. For longer stays consider booking accommodations at one of our many hotels or Bed & Breakfasts.

Should you be relocating to the area, HANGAR SPACE is available or you can custom design and build a hangar to meet your specific needs.

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Welcome Back!

This past month Huronia Airport (CYEE) had the amazing opportunity of catching up with some of our frequent flyers. Huronia Airport is always excited to see companies returning to use the airport.

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New Fuel System

Positive changes have arrived at Huronia Airport once again! As of January 2021, Huronia Airport has a brand new, fully functional, above ground fueling system. Thanks to this new addition, Huronia Airport has continued to provide quality fuel and service to aviators during the COVID-19 pandemic.


More Exciting Changes Are In-Flight!

Huronia Airport has been calling Tiny Township home since the ending of the Second World War. In 1965, Midland, Penetanguishene, and Tiny jointly purchased the airport and the airport commission was officially formed which became the platform for growth.