Todays Avgas Price (100LL): $2.72 (includes HST)
Todays Avgas Price (includes HST)
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Key your planes radio mic 4 times, transmitting on the CTAF, to request the current weather advisory.View Sayweather Info
Thursday September 28, 2023 at 6:00pm Airport Administration BuildingView Agenda
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Whether you're looking for a place to base your airplane, expand your business, learn to fly or jump out of an airplane, we are poised to expand your horizons. Come join the people who can make your dreams come true, at a friendly airport that has so much to offer for everyone!
Centrally located in the world-renowned Niagara Region, the Niagara Central Airport is poised to grow with additional hangars, a new access road and restoration of runway 11/29 as a grass strip.
With so much to do in Niagara, visitors should plan to stay for awhile. The Niagara Region has a multitude of golf courses including 5 within a ten minute drive of the airport!
Book the COPA 149 courtesy van to avoid car rental fees. Not a golfer? How about casinos, fine dining, world-class wineries, walking tours, the Bruce Trail, Canal Days, Rose Festival, Marshville Heritage Festival, and of course, Niagara Falls and its many attractions.
Home to Niagara Skydive Centre, the 87 Eagle Squadron Air Cadets, COPA Flight 149, and the St. Catharines Flying Club, the airport also serves a multitude of clients requiring inside hangar space and outside tie-downs.
100LL fuel is available, and the airspace is covered by a Unicom (ATF).
Two paved runways (~3500' x 100' and 2670' x 50') as well as one turf runway (2341' x 60') cover most anticipated wind directions.
These are the businesses and organizations that choose to call your airport their home.
Welland’s Air Cadet Squadron, 87 Eagle, is one of the original squadrons formed in Canada during 1942, and has recently celebrated its 80th anniversary. 87 Eagle squadron has been training in the airports former Fire Company #1 meeting place for over 65 years. Literally thousands of young men and women have reaped the many benefits of the Royal Canadian Air Cadet program in the old WWII-era building.
For hangar rentals and leases, click here
For flying lessons and sightseeing, click here
For skydiving, click here
For fuel price, click here
For Air Cadets, click here
For van rental and COPA, click here
Niagara Central Dorothy Rungeling Airport may be reached by email or by phone at 905-714-1000.
Facility Operator: Bill Chernish
The office is located in the administration building across from the main hangar.