Land Available for Development
Approximately 350 acres of Land Available for Airside and Groundside Development.
Contact Sharon Vegh, Economic Development Corporation of North Simcoe for details.
Huronia Airport is operated by the Huronia Airport Commisssion and owned by the Town of Midland, Town of 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.
The airport serves the Huronia Region by providing airport facilities for:
- Business Aircraft
- Recreational Pilot
- Aircraft Maintenance
- Emergency Medevac Flights
- Support for Search and Rescue Aircraft
- Firefighting Training
The Airport also provides meeting facilities for several of the community’s clubs and organizations.
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Infrastructure and Facilities
- The Airport has a 3,996 foot runway capable of handling most multi-engine turbo props and many small to medium-size executive jets
- 75,950 square food asphalt ramp in front of the terminal building
- 35 available tie-down spaces
- Maintenance hangar (50′ x 20′, 2,500 sq. ft.)
- Commercial hangar (55′ x 72′, 3,960 sq. ft.)
- Two 60′ x 80′ soft-skin hangars for shared open space aircraft storage
- 8-unit airport-ownder “T” hangar complex
- Currently 30 privately owned hangars on site
- Approximately 350 acres of land immediately available for airside and groundside development.
- Low construction costs, competitive lease rates and flexible lease terms.
- Excellent airport infrastructure, including Instrument Landing System (August 2019), full service Air Terminal Building.
- Established aerospace community with Zenair Kit manufacturers, Aircraft Floats Manufacturing Inc., Custom Flight Limited, Duker Aviation Aircraft Maintenance and Xstream Sport Aviation.
- High public visibility with active COPA/RAA chapter, annual fly-ins and social events.
- Close proximity to Highway 400.
- The Huronia region has a vibrant economy, growing population, and an established, highly-trained workforce.
- Progressive Airport Commission Team that is eager to make development happen at the Airport.
- Strong municipal support for over 50 years
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:
- General aviation businesses
- Private aircraft hangars
- Non-aviation uses including outdoor storage, warehousing, solar and agriculture
- Aircraft sales and service
- Aircraft rentals, sightseeing and aerial survey
- Expansion of the Airport’s permanent pilot base
- Promotion of inbound and outbound travel using air services
- Fixed-base operations to support other aeronautical activities
- On site aviation industrial/commercial development (manufacturing, repairs, assembly)
- Aircraft maintenance, overhaul and certification services
- Flight training services
- Special event venue