Tobermory Airport

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Tobermory Airport
Airport typePublic
Operator Township of the North Bruce Peninsula
Location Tobermory, Ontario
Time zone EST (UTC−05:00)
  Summer (DST)EDT (UTC−04:00)
Elevation  AMSL 700 ft / 213 m
Coordinates 45°13′18″N081°37′43″W / 45.22167°N 81.62861°W / 45.22167; -81.62861 Coordinates: 45°13′18″N081°37′43″W / 45.22167°N 81.62861°W / 45.22167; -81.62861
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Tobermory Airport( TC LID : CNR4) is located 2.2 nautical miles (4.1 km; 2.5 mi) southeast of Tobermory, Ontario, Canada. The airport operates from May to early October. No winter maintenance is offered.



The airport has two small hangars to store aircraft (one per hangar), fuel station (Avgas or 100LL) and a building serving as the airport office.

A small parking lot is found at the entrance along Warner Bay Road. Occasionally helicopters land near the parking lot; there is no formal helipad.

The airport supports itinerant users like ORNGE, and search and rescue teams including the Ontario Provincial Police. [2]



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Panorama of taxi area and hangars. The runway is on the left, in the background .

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