Kenora Aerodrome Information
To the average person this may look like nonsense, but for pilots, it helps make flying into Kenora Airport as simple as landing a plane. The info is up to date as of June 21st 2019 until August 15th 2019. This information is taken from Canada Flight Supplement and is subject to change or superseded by NOTAM or AIP Supplement. This page shall be used as an additional means of gathering information and not your only source.
Other useful info…
We have two taxiways, Alpha and Bravo. Unless you are the MNRF, you will be using Taxiway Alpha.
Unless you are Bearskin Airlines, please do not park directly in front of the commercial arrival doors.
If you are a charter, Medevac, government (OPP, RCAF), or private plane, please use the side entrance (located beside the Shell sign).
As you walk in the side door, the pilot’s lounge is directly to your right.
The second door to the rest of the terminal closes at 1900 (7pm) and reopens at 0530 am.
If you are looking for food, we recommend calling “Lads Delivery” @ (807) 456-9876. They are open from 11am until 23:00 (11 pm). They deliver virtually all food within town!
If you are unsure what to get, a very wise recommendation is the Lake of the Woods Brewery “Kevin Bacon” - You will NOT be disappointed. (Switch the pretzel bun for a brioche and you will order it every time you fly in!)
If you are ordering food after 7pm, we highly recommend meeting them at the access gate as they will not be able to pass you the food!
Apron (1) one is for the majority of planes
Apron (3) three is for piston tie-downs. (Past the Ornge hangar, onwards and past the blue hangar)
To make your way to the terminal, there is a gate in the fencing you walk through. Please do not walk all the way around.
If you are unsure of any procedure please call the NAVCan FSS at 122.2 or Shell Frequency at 122.85
If you need further information, use this site provided below.
Aviation gas used is supplied by Shell with fuelers on site ready to fill on request. We supply the following types:
Jet A-1A (additive)
Avgas 100 LL