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Airport Information

Southport Airport (Portage/Southport CYPG) is owned by Southport with a Transport Canada approved air traffic control tower operated by Mid-West ATC Canada LTD. 

Southport boasts a 24/7 public use facility with four well maintained runways (see below), large apron with helipad, multiple navigational guidance systems, and runway lighting. Aircraft of various sizes are able to land at Southport.

Primary Runway

13R-31L – 2132 m by 45 m

 

Secondary Runways

13L-31R – 954 m by 45 m

09-27 – 813 m by 30 m

02-20 – 928 by 45 m

KF Aerospace – Defence Programs is the primary user of the airport, where Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) pilots are trained. RCAF students are trained on the C90 King Air, Grob G 120, 412 Griffin, and 206 Jet Ranger.

For additional details related to the airport, please refer to the Canada Flight Supplement

The Canada Flight Supplement contains the following sections:

  • General: Tables, legends and associated information pertinent to interpretation of the supplement.

  • Aerodrome Directory: Data and sketches for Canadian aerodromes and heliports and selected aerodromes in the North Atlantic.

  • Planning: Information for flight planning, characteristics of airspace, chart updating, flight restrictions, IFR routes, airway intersections and chart distributors.

  • Radio Navigation and Communications: Data for radio navigation aids and communication facilities.

  • Military: Flight procedures and data, including sections on procedures for flight in the USA, North Atlantic and Alaska, air/ground communications and military training routes/areas.

  • Emergency: Emergency procedures.

Click here to view the full Canadian Flight Supplement.