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Brampton Caledon Airport

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Airport type  Public
Location  Caledon, Ontario
Elevation AMSL  936 ft / 285 m
Operator  Brampton Flying
Time zone  EST (UTC−05:00)
Elevation  285 m
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Website  www.bramptonflightcentre.com/

Brampton-Caledon Airport, (TC LID: CNC3), is a privately owned general aviation airport in Caledon, near Brampton, Ontario, Canada, northwest of Toronto.

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The club and airport was established in 1946 and occupies 240 acres (0.97 km2) of land. The airport consists of two paved runways, a flight school building, terminal building, aircraft service and maintenance facilities and 25 storage hangars. It is the busiest uncontrolled airport in Canada by number of flights.

History

The Brampton Flying Club first opened the airfield in 1946 on farmland and replaced a series of earlier landing strips near Highway 7 (Stan Archdekin Strip, Fallis Strip, Rankin Kellum Strip, First Line West and Ontario Department of Agriculture Field) built around 1945.

Tenants

  • Brampton Flying Club - also owners of airport
  • Great War Flying Museum
  • Brampton Airport Flight Training School
  • Brampton Flight College
  • Humphrey's Pilot Shop
  • Wings Flight Grille Restaurant
  • 892 (Snowy Owl) Squadron - Royal Canadian Air Cadets
  • References

    Brampton-Caledon Airport Wikipedia


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