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Airport Name Lindsay
Airport Category Registered Aerodrome
Nearest Community Lindsay, a half a mile to the east of the airport
Province: ONTARIO
Coordinates
Latitude (N): 44 21 53
Longitude (W): 78 47 02
Listed in Canada Flight Supplement Yes
Airport ident. CNF4
Appears on a VFR Navigation Chart Yes
Airport Elevation 895
Magnetic Variation 11W
  Runway (Main): Runway (2): Runway (3): Runway (4):
Number: 13-31 03-21
Length: 3500 2666
Width: 75 75
Surface 13-31 is asphalt; 03-21 is grass
Night Flying Yes
Maintained Year Round Yes
Radio Communications UNICOM 122.8 MHz & ARCAL (K)
Telephone on the Airport Yes
Customs Airport Entry No
CANPASS Yes
Fees on Private Aircraft
Landing $: 0.00
Terminal $: 0.00
Parking $: 5.00
Airport Fuel Tax (litre) $: 0.00
Comments About Fees: Nightly $5
Weekly $20
Monthly $50 - $40
Fuel Prices
100LL $: 0.00
Mogas $: 0.00
Jet Fuel $: 0.00
Fuel Prices with Taxes
100LL $: 2.03
Mogas $: 0.00
Jet Fuel $: 0.00
Date of Fuel Prices 2014-07-12
Fuel Price Comments Prices include HST
Fuel/Dealers
*(include Telephone Numbers)
24 hour card-lock fuel system. 100LL and Jet-A.
Airport Management City of Kawartha Lakes Tel: 705-878-9354
Airport Web Site www.klma.ca
Airport E-mail airportmanager@klma.ca
Other General Aviation Services on the Airport
Eric B. Robinson Limited
AME, Robinson Seabee V8
www.v8seabee.com

Airportview Restaurant
1-705-324-6545

Canadian Academy of Flight
1-705-879-4206
Hotels/Motels with pick up at Airport
*(include Telephone Numbers)
Admiral Inn 1-866-328-1743
Kawartha Lakes Inn 1-800-268-2278
Lindsay Inn 1-800-917-3600
Bed & Breakfasts with pick up at Airport 
*(include Telephone Numbers)
Restaurants on the airport or nearby 
*(include Telephone Numbers)
The Airportview Restaurant, is located at the airport, on Highway 35 just outside of town, and attracts the townfolk and the flying fraternity alike. The same faces can be seen enjoying themselves, all coming back many times, speaks volumes in itself.

Daily specials are listed on the airport website under the restaurant tab. www.klma.ca

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with ample portions, reasonably priced are served daily along with a luncheon special on weekdays. Open 7 days a week,
Mon. Tues (winter hrs) 09:00 - 15:00
Wed. to Thurs. 09:00 - 20:00
Fri. 09:00 - 20:00
Sat. & Sun. 09:00 - 20:00 Hrs.

You can rely on these times,they'll be open, no disappointments from early closings.

Many pilots bring their spouses in for dinner and have the added pleasure of a night flight back to home base, as a bonus.

The restaurant is comfortably airconditioned or if you prefer, the terrace always has a refreshing breeze to enjoy one's dinner and overlooks the runways for the aeroplane watchers.
The telephone number should you wish to check on the luncheon or dinner special 705 324 6545

"The restaurant also serves the best butter tarts in Ontario!" [A visiting pilot from CYTZ]

"Good home-made burgers and hand-cut fries" [Visitor from CNS7]
Camping Airport grounds: Yes
Washrooms Yes
Nearest COPA Flight Lindsay Flight 101 Tel: 705-887-3414
Other Local Aviation Associations & Telephone Numbers Kawartha Lakes Flying Club 705-887-3414
Monthly meetings and activities call for schedule of meetings and events
Remarks Thanks to all pilots and friends of the airport - as a result of 2 public meetings:
The City of Kawartha Lakes Council has not only agreed to continue airport operations, but to form a new Airport Commission that will fund, develop and manage the airport. e.g.RUNWAY HAS JUST BEEN RESURFACED


Threshold of runway 03 is displaced 360 feet

Right hand circuits to runways 13 and 21

Training flights between Buttonville and Oshawa airports - see CFS Planning section for more info.

General location map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=N+44+21+53+W+78+47+02&ie=UTF8&z=7&ll=44.535675,-78.782959&spn=3.453313,10.898437&om=1&iwloc=A

Google sat photo: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=N+44+21+53+W+78+47+02&ie=UTF8&z=14&ll=44.363869,-78.781586&spn=0.02706,0.085144&t=k&om=1

Landing on runway 13: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgu1yRNG-xQ
Local Tourism Contacts & Telephone Numbers Chamber of Commerce - 705-324-2393
Local Activities, Sights & Events of Interest to Visitors Lindsay established in 1857 was once an important logging and railway centre and its waters were home to a variety of steamboats. The waterways were a traffic route for steamboats carrying passengers and cargo between many of the waterway communities.
Today, Lindsay is a beautiful town situated on the River Scugog between Lakes Sturgeon and Scugog.

Lindsay boasts one of the widest downtown streets in Canada, unique Victorian architecture, a 3,000 foot board walk along the winding river system flowing through the town and one of the many Trent-Severn Canal resting places for boaters navigating these waterways.

Lindsay is a popular vacation and recreational region, is best know as the gateway to the Kawarthas.

The Kawartha Lakes extend from Georgian Bay to Lake Ontario. Many of the Kawartha Lakes dot the countryside and provide great recreational activities including: boating and especially sport fishing in the form of bass, muskie, trout, pickerel, pike and plenty of panfish.

Not only is the town of Lindsay the gateway to the Kawarthas, it is also a growing town, full of potential. Its diverse base of manufacturing and commercial enterprises offers a solid foundation for local content control.
Lindsay's airport can accommodate planes up to DC3 size.

Runways are lit for night flying and with a flying school and charter service for any sightseeing and business excursions what more could you want?

Local Activities, Sights & Events of Interest to Visitors: River Festival: Lindsay embraces the summer with a street like carnival in the town filling the streets and spilling down the banks through the parks towards the river. Lindsay in the heart of Victoria County, closes its main street to traffic to allow citizens to enjoy all of the wonderful activities, displays, and merchant presentations. The community is alive and vibrant. For more information call the Special Events Office: 705- 324-6171, ext.271. E-mail riverfestival@lindsayevents.com.

Lindsay Fair: Gigantic pumpkins, award winning cows, sheep and pigs, live concerts, a demolition derby and of course an assortment of rides for thrill seekers - it's all part of the Lindsay Fair - the largest in the region.
Wikipedia has a very brief page on this airport at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindsay_Airport
Updated most recently by: Dennis Brown
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Date Submitted On: 2014-07-12

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