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Welcome to the Peterborough Airport

The Peterborough Airport welcomes commercial and recreational pilots, visitors and business professionals to our expanding, upgraded and user-friendly airport. Owned by the City of Peterborough and operated by The Loomex Group, the newly expanded and upgraded airport has gone through an extensive planning and infrastructure renewal process supported by the Federal, Provincial and Municipal Governments - to better support and serve our existing businesses, airport users and to create new business opportunities for job creation.

Peterborough Airport presents 50th Anniversary Airshow

Peterborough Airport is proud to be celebrating 50 years of operation and the City of Peterborough is celebrating the 50th anniversary throughout 2019.

The main event for the 50th anniversary celebration will be a two-day weekend Air Show on September 21 and 22, 2019 featuring the Canadian Forces (CF) Snowbirds aerial demonstration team. For the first time in 15 years, the CF Snowbirds performance will display their latest formations and maneuvers in Peterborough. The Air Show will also include additional aerial demonstrations, static aircraft displays, local food vendors and activities for kids. 

Get to Know Peterborough Airport - CYPQ

The Peterborough Airport has the longest civil paved runway between Ottawa and Toronto. Our new 7,000 foot runway and infrastructure is designed to support narrow body aircraft such as the Boeing 737 and Airbus 320 series. This full service facility caters to both business and general aviation offering a range of services including fuel, oil, aircraft repairs, engine maintenance and overhaul, aircraft completion centre, avionics, parts sales and aircraft modification. The Peterborough airport is serviced by the Canada Border Service Agency and offers CANPASS with a port of entry for general aviation clearance of up to 15 persons. Charter services are available onsite that provide non-scheduled domestic and trans-border flights to meet your schedule.

General aircraft movements play a very important role at the Airport. With approximately 55,000 aircraft movements per year; the day to day flight activity includes recreational traffic, commercial jet and turbine engine operations, medivac operators, charter flights, cargo shipments and commercial/college/military flight training activities. The airport has no noise curfews allowing unrestricted operation of freight and passenger flights.

Conveniently located just south of Highway 115, the airport offers property designated for industrial, commercial or private development opportunities; currently there are 30 acres of serviced land ready for development. The airport is in close proximity to Fleming College, Major Bennet Industrial Park and the Peterborough Industrial Park making it a prime location for growth and development.

Flight Options out of Peterborough Airport - CYPQ

President Air    705-741-5855
Stewart Travel

Vector Air 



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With air travel demand forecasted to outpace the current capacity of regional airports, a group of eleven southern Ontario airports have responded with the launch of the Southern Ontario Airport Network (SOAN) at an event today.

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Peterborough Airport Joins the Southern Ontario Airport Network
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