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Airport Name Arnprior
Airport Category Registered Aerodrome
Nearest Community Arnprior
Province: ONTARIO
Latitude (N): 45 24 49
Longitude (W): 76 21 57
Listed in Canada Flight Supplement Yes
Airport ident. CNP3
Appears on a VFR Navigation Chart Yes
Airport Elevation 358
Magnetic Variation 14W
  Runway (Main): Runway (2): Runway (3): Runway (4):
Number: 10-28 16-34
Length: 3955 2500
Width: 75 50
Surface 10-28 is asphalt; 16-34 is gravel
Night Flying Yes
Maintained Year Round Yes
Radio Communications unicom 122.7
Telephone on the Airport Yes
Customs Airport Entry No
Fees on Private Aircraft
Landing $: 0.00
Terminal $: 0.00
Parking $: 5.00
Airport Fuel Tax (litre) $: 0.00
Comments About Fees: No landing fees on private aircraft.

There is no call out fee. Commercial Landing Fees are minimal at $33.90 with no landing fees assessed to regular traffic.
Fuel Prices
100LL $: 0.00
Mogas $: 0.00
Jet Fuel $: 0.00
Fuel Prices with Taxes
100LL $: 1.89
Mogas $: 0.00
Jet Fuel $: 1.80
Date of Fuel Prices 2013-05-06
Fuel Price Comments price includes all taxes
*(include Telephone Numbers)
100LL and Jet A-1 available
Airport Management Dan Lynch / Arnprior Airport Commission Tel: 613-623-9687
Airport Web Site
Airport E-mail
Other General Aviation Services on the Airport
The airport has a Fixed Base Operator (FBO) - Unicom frequency 122.7; Chapman Aviation Services, which offers Aircraft Maintenance, Charter Flights and a Flying School.

Mile High Parachute Club - offers first jump courses, tandem jumps, free fall training and rigging of parachutes

Mobility Lab - manufacturing/ designing of parachutes and related equipment.

AAA Repairs which specializes in major structural repair and modifications to fixed and rotary winged aircraft.
Hotels/Motels with pick up at Airport
*(include Telephone Numbers)
Quality Inn 613-623-7991
Arnprior Motor Inn 613-623-7906
Twin Maples Motel 613-6234271
Country Squire 613-623-6556
Bed & Breakfasts with pick up at Airport 
*(include Telephone Numbers)
Gillanderry Pakenham 613-832-2317
Kirkman House - Arnprior 613-623-5890
Restaurants on the airport or nearby 
*(include Telephone Numbers)

- The Prior Sports Bar and Restaurant – 11am – midnight , Try Our Fabulous Weekly Special Features ... Mon-$10 Fajitas, Tues-all you can eat ribs, Wed-wing night, Thurs-$5 Quesadillas, Fri-Steak night, Sat-all you can eat spaghetti, Sun- all you can eat chili - (613) 623-4584
Tosh Steakhouse & Bar (613) 623-1900
McDonalds 613-623-7965
Subway 613-623-9508
Wendy's 613-623-8910
Tim Horton 613-623-1000
All are within 10 minutes walking distance
Camping Airport grounds: No
Washrooms Yes
Nearest COPA Flight ARNPRIOR, Flight 33: 1986, Steve Arbuthnot steve@valleysalesandequipment.comt Tel: 613-832-2399
Other Local Aviation Associations & Telephone Numbers
Remarks Parachuting often at the airport on weekends - check NOTAMs to see if the area is active.

Located 6 kilometres south of downtown Arnprior, directly behind Arnprior Aerospace.

The airport's major sources of revenue are fuel sales and land leases. Jet A, 100 LL aviation fuels are available from the land side of the airport and 100LL is available at the seaplane base. Airport staff is available for refuelling every day of the year during normal working hours. Should you arrive after hours, staff can be contacted on pager 613-780-4720 via the Terminal phone which is accessible at all times. If prior notice is given, staff will be on site for your arrival.

General location map:,-76.365967&spn=3.415815,10.898437&om=1

A Hi-Res Google satellite photo can be found at,-76.368542&spn=0.013346,0.042572
Local Tourism Contacts & Telephone Numbers
Local Activities, Sights & Events of Interest to Visitors There are facilities for both land and sea planes which allow owners to operate from floats or wheels in warm weather. Seaplanes can be tied down on land for the winter.

Arnprior offers rural quality of life with nearby city conveniences. There is quick access to Ottawa (20 minutes drive to the Scotiabank Place). This should appeal to aircraft owners looking for reasonable costs while still residing in the nation's capital. It is also attractive for commercial tenants looking for reasonable lease prices, rural quality of life for their employees, and quick access to international transportation.

Main Terminal Building that can be used for board meetings, seminars etc.

Many Ottawa Valley attractions, including white water rafting, fishing, snowmobiles, and skiing. Located near the nation’s capital. Within one hour’s drive from the National Aviation Museum.

During WWII RCAF Station Arnprior was home to No. 3 Flying Instructor School between August 3 1942 to Jan 28 1944.

Aircraft flown by the school include the Avro Anson, Fleet-built Fairchild Cornell, Fleet Finch, Cessna Crane, Fleet Fawn, NA Harvard, Boeing Stearman and DHC82C Tiger Moth.

Arnprior was also home to No. 1 Flight Engineer School. No. 1 FES was moved to Aylmer ON in July 1944.

Both units were part of No. 3 Training Command, RCAF, part of the BCATP.

Both units would have used RCAF Station Carp as a satelitte field, as did the Harvards of No. 2 SFTS from Uplands. Carp's page is at
Updated most recently by: Lindsay Wilson
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Date Submitted On: 2013-05-06

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