Collingwood Regional Airport

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CNY3-Unicome: 122.85

Perfectly located for easy access to an array of Central Ontario’s top four season attractions along the Niagara Escarpment and Georgian Bay.

Terminal Open 8 am - 6 pm

The main terminal offers great views of the runway and apron and includes a pilot’s lounge, flight planning area, internet access, washrooms and a café featuring delicious treats.


24 hour full service access for both jet and piston aircraft 100LL, Jet A-1 and Shell Mogas without ethanol Call-out fee applies for after hour services

Flight Information

Collingwood Regional Airport Info, Unicom: 122.85
VOR/DME A Approach to 31/13 served by Midland VOR
GPS approach 13 and 31
AWOS frequency 122.175
Customs AOE 15


13/31 5000' x 100' Asphalt & lighted (ARCAL, Type K)
01/19 2450' x 75' Grass

Contact Info

705-445-2663 Airport operations, F.B.O., North 44 Airport Services
705-441-2154 After hours service
Address: Sixth Line, South of Sideroad 33-34, 1997 Concession 6N

Flight School & Charter Flights

Genesis Flight Centre

Future Air

Big Blue Air


Shortt Aviation
Aircraft Maintenance, Repair, Inspection and Certification. Mike Shortt AME,
Telephone: 705-443-8167

AV Works Aerospace Inc.

5000' asphalt and 2450' grass runways available 24/7

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Grandma’s Beach Treats Airport Café CNY3 is located in the main terminal building. The café features items made “with love Grandma’s way”. Their delicious menu is inspired by old family recipes using wholesome ingredients that were found in Grandma’s pantry. Local owner and baker Sylvia Bray is famous for her award-winning butter tarts featured in Toronto Life’s top ten list of best butter tarts and mentioned in National Geographic.

Open Summer: Wed-Sun 8 am to 3 pm and holiday Mondays
Winter: Wed-Sun 9 am to 3 pm and holiday Mondays
Tel: 705-444-3434

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