Thompson Municipal Airport
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|Owner/Operator||Thompson Regional Airport Authority|
|Serves||Thompson, Manitoba, Canada|
|Time zone||CST (UTC−06:00)|
|• Summer (DST)||CDT (UTC−05:00)|
|Elevation AMSL||735 ft / 224 m|
Thompson Municipal Airport( IATA : YTH, ICAO : CYTH) is an airport in Mystery Lake located 3 nautical mile s (5.6 km; 3.5 mi) north of Thompson, Manitoba, Canada. It is the third-busiest airport in Manitoba after Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport and Winnipeg/St. Andrews Airport.
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Mystery Lake is a local government district (LGD) in northern Manitoba. It surrounds the city of Thompson, although most of its territory lies to the southwest and south of the city. It is named after Mystery Lake, a lake located in the northeast section of the LGD, northeast of Thompson.
Thompson Airport was developed originally by the International Nickel Company in 1961 to support their mining operations and had one runway 3,000 ft (914 m) in length.
The airport was transferred to Transport Canada in 1963. It was then operated by the Local Government District of Mystery Lake until March 2000, when ownership was taken over by the Thompson Regional Airport Authority, which is the current operator.
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The airport is served by Calm Air and Perimeter Aviation with flights to Winnipeg.There are also bases for Custom Helicopters, Wings Over Kississing, Fast Air Royal Canadian Mounted Police Air Services Branch and Manitoba Government Air Services. During the fire fighting season, Thompson is home to the Government Air water bombers.
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|Perimeter Aviation||Brochet, Gods Lake Narrows, Gods River, Lac Brochet, Oxford House, Shamattawa, Tadoule Lake, Winnipeg, York Landing|
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