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Airports in Canada



Address:
Abbotsford Airport
City:
Abbotsford
Country:
Canada
Time Zone:
UTC-8 / PST


Address:
Akulivik Airport
City:
Akulivik
Country:
Canada
Time Zone:
UTC-5 / EST

Akulivik Airport (IATA: AKV, ICAO: CYKO) is located 1.5 nautical miles (2.8 km; 1.7 mi) southwest of Akulivik, Quebec, Canada. The town is located on the Western or Hudson Bay side of the Ungava Peninsula.



Address:
Alert Airport
City:
Alert
Country:
Canada
Time Zone:
UTC-5 / AST

Alert Airport (IATA: YLT, ICAO: CYLT) is the world’s northernmost permanent airport, located at Alert, Nunavut, Canada, approximately 830 km (520 mi) south of the true North Pole. It is operated by the Canadian Department of National Defence and is part of Canadian Forces Station Alert. A weather station was established on the site in 1950, and in […]



Address:
Alma Airport
City:
Alma
Country:
Canada
Time Zone:
UTC-6 / AST

Alma Airport (IATA: YTF, ICAO: CYTF) is located 2.2 nautical miles (4.1 km; 2.5 mi) south of Alma, Quebec, Canada. It mainly offers private flights, but it also has storage for private jets. Other services provided by Alma Airport are refuelling of Jet A type services, service of charters of helicopters and helicopter maintenance, service of refuelling of […]



Address:
Anahim Lake Airport
City:
Anahim Lake
Country:
Canada
Time Zone:
UTC-8 / PST

Anahim Lake Airport, (IATA: YAA, TC LID: CAJ4), is located 1 nautical mile (1.9 km; 1.2 mi) south of Anahim Lake, British Columbia, Canada. It is a year-round airport serving the West Chilcotin area, operated by Cariboo Regional District. The airport has a 4,642 ft (1,415 m) paved strip and airport services for those who own or operate their own […]



Address:
Arctic Bay Airport
City:
Arctic Bay
Country:
Canada
Time Zone:
UTC-5 / CST

Arctic Bay Airport, (IATA: YAB, TC LID: CJX7), is an airport located 3 nautical miles (5.6 km; 3.5 mi) southeast of Arctic Bay, Nunavut, Canada. Until January 12, 2010 Nanisivik Airport, about 25 km (16 mi) from Arctic Bay, was used for scheduled flights. On January 13, 2010, First Air transferred all air services to Arctic Bay’s newly expanded airport […]