The Wiarton Keppel International Airport is proudly owned and operated by the Township of Georgian Bluffs. The Airport welcomes commercial and recreational pilots, visitors and business professionals to our facility which is conveniently located just two hours north of Toronto on the Bruce Peninsula and Niagara Escarpment. The airport provides a wealth of value to the Grey and Bruce Counties as a regional facility with a 24 hour Human Weather Observer onsite. Located on 820 acres of land, just two kilometers outside of Wiarton, Ontario, Canada. We are a Canada Customs Airport of Entry and a Transport Canada Certified facility with services available 365 days per year. The airport has two runways and a joining taxiway system, and a public apron. The primary runway boasts a variety of IFR approaches. The secondary runway has a compact gravel surface. The airport provides both AVGAS and Jet A with additive, aircraft parking areas and hosts a public terminal building with a pilot's lounge, accompanied with private shower, that is available 24 hours per day. The terminal building was dedicated to Eileen Vollick, the first licensed female pilot in Canada.
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Our primary runway is paved at a length of 5,033ft/1,534m and 150ft/45m wide.
Our secondary runway is packed gravel at a length of 3,456ft/1,053m and 100ft/30m wide.
OPEN ALL YEAR
Our services are offered 365 days a year, although we are a seasonal point of entry for international flights.
THE BIRTH OF CYVV
The airport was built by the Federal Government in 1948 as an emergency air field on the Toronto/Winnipeg corridor.
Proudly owned and operated by the Township of Georgian Bluffs. The Airport welcomes commercial and recreational pilots, visitors and business professionals to our facility which is conveniently located just two hours north of Toronto on the Bruce Peninsula and Niagara Escarpment.