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Airport Name Bell Island
Airport Category Registered Aerodrome
Nearest Community Bell island, adjacent to the south and east of the aerodrome
Province: NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
Coordinates
Latitude (N): 47 38
Longitude (W): 52 59
Listed in Canada Flight Supplement Yes
Airport ident. CCV4
Appears on a VFR Navigation Chart Yes
Airport Elevation 150
Magnetic Variation 21W
  Runway (Main): Runway (2): Runway (3): Runway (4):
Number: 08-26
Length: 2300
Width: 75
Surface asphalt, limited winter maintenance
Night Flying No
Maintained Year Round Yes
Radio Communications Traffic 123.2 Mhz within 5 nm and 3200 feet ASL
Telephone on the Airport No
Customs Airport Entry No
CANPASS No
Fees on Private Aircraft
Landing $: 0.00
Terminal $: 0.00
Parking $: 0.00
Airport Fuel Tax (litre) $: 0.00
Comments About Fees:
Fuel Prices
100LL $: 0.00
Mogas $: 0.00
Jet Fuel $: 0.00
Fuel Prices with Taxes
100LL $: 0.00
Mogas $: 0.00
Jet Fuel $: 0.00
Date of Fuel Prices 0000-00-00
Fuel Price Comments
Fuel/Dealers
*(include Telephone Numbers)
No fuel available
Airport Management Government of Newfoundland and Labrador Tel: 709-729-2382
Airport Web Site
Airport E-mail
Other General Aviation Services on the Airport
No terminal. Runway only.
Hotels/Motels with pick up at Airport
*(include Telephone Numbers)
Island Hide-A-Way
Wooded surroundings with a spectacular view of Conception Bay and minutes away from the beach and ferry.

Address: Box 1135, Long Harry Rd Bell Island NF A0A 4H0 709 488-2846

Bell Island Cottages
Three bedroom, two bedroom and one bedroom cottages.

Address: East End Road Bell Island NL A0A 1H0
709 488-2120
Bed & Breakfasts with pick up at Airport 
*(include Telephone Numbers)
Heather's Haven B & B Opened July, 2007. Located on Lance Cove Road. For reservations please call: (709) 488-3363. heathershavennl@gmail.com.
Restaurants on the airport or nearby 
*(include Telephone Numbers)
Dicks' Seaview Lounge, Snack Bar & Restaurant

Traditional fish and chips are a highlight at this restaurant. Additional menu items include burgers, fried chicken, pork chops, cold and hot sandwiches and homemade pizza. A full bar, including several types of beer and a selection of desserts are available. The lounge offers billiards, a large-screen television and video lottery.
Address: The Beach Bell Island NL A0A 4H0 709 488-2874
Camping Airport grounds: Yes
Washrooms No
Nearest COPA Flight Tel:
Other Local Aviation Associations & Telephone Numbers
Remarks CAUTION: Occasional radio controlled aircraft activity.

CAUTION: Possibility of wildlife on the runway.

CAUTION: Occasional ground vehicle racing using runway.

General location map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=N+47+38+W+52+59&ie=UTF8&om=1&z=8&ll=47.82422,-53.865967&spn=1.659681,5.460205

Google sat photo: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=N+47+38+W+52+59&ie=UTF8&z=14&ll=47.636362,-52.997189&spn=0.026026,0.085316&t=k&om=1
Local Tourism Contacts & Telephone Numbers http://newfoundland.worldweb.com/BellIsland/

http://ca.epodunk.com/profiles/newfoundland-and-labrador/bell-island/2008302.html

There is a Wikipedia page about this aerodrome at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Island_Airport

and about the island community itself at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Island%2C_Newfoundland_and_Labrador
Local Activities, Sights & Events of Interest to Visitors From: http://ca.epodunk.com/profiles/newfoundland-and-labrador/bell-island/2008302.html

Bell Island was the only site in continental North America to endure a direct hit by Nazi German forces in World War II when a torpedo fired at the coal carrier Anna T missed and struck the Scotia loading pier. Four other ships were not so fortunate, and were sunk in Conception Bay in two separate incidents in 1942, with the loss of 70 lives.
Updated most recently by: William Lorimer
Submitters E-mail: wrlorimer@gmail.com
Date Submitted On: 2013-08-18

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