List of airports owned by Transport Canada
From: Transport Canada
We own two types of Canadian airports:
- Airports that offer local, regional or remote service
- See the list of Small airports owned by Transport Canada
- Larger airports serving national, provincial and territorial capitals, which we own and third parties operate
- See the list of airports in Canada’s National Airports System
The National Airports System also includes three airports owned and operated by territorial governments.
Call for interest for the restaurant, bar and convenience store at Sept-Îles airport
Looking for food and beverage business opportunities around Sept-Îles?
In order to provide quality service to customers, passengers and airlines, Transport Canada is looking for a business to operate the Sept-Îles Airport restaurant, bar and convenience store.
Details of the lease
- Three years starting around April 1, 2020
- Two one-year renewal options
How to apply
If you’re interested in this opportunity, please send us an email by February 22, 2020, 3 p.m. local time: QUEGestionImmobiliere-RealPropertyQUE@tc.gc.ca.
Once we receive your email, we will send you the official application documents.
Transport Canada does not commit to accepting any offer.
Service standards for TC owned airports
Transport Canada provides services at the airports that we own and operate. These service standards state the level of performance that citizens can reasonably expect to encounter from Transport Canada under normal circumstances.
- Service standard for aircraft landing
- Service standard for aircraft parking
- Service standard for mobile equipment registration
- Service standard for terminals
- Service standard for vehicle parking
Small airports owned by Transport Canada
|British Columbia||Penticton||Transport Canada
#109-3000 Airport Road
Penticton, BC V2A 8X1
|Port Hardy||Transport Canada
P.O. Box 460
3675 Byng Road
Port Hardy, BC V0N 2P0
P.O. Box 439
Sandspit, BC V0T 1T0
|Victoria Harbour||Transport Canada
12 Erie St.
Victoria, BC V8V 1Y4
P.O. Box 1059
Churchill, Manitoba R0B 0E0
|Quebec||Chevery||Municipalité de la Côte Nord du Golfe St-Laurent
Chevery, QC G0G 1G0
Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon, QC G0G 1W0
1000 boul. Laure est
Sept-Îles, QC G4R 4K2
|Natashquan||Municipality of Natashquan
Natashquan, QC G0G 2E0
|Eastmain River||Transport Canada
c/o Band Council
Eastmain, QC J0M 1W0
|Havre Saint-Pierre||Transport Canada
1550 B route de l'Aéroport
Havre-Saint-Pierre, QC G0G 1P0
1-210, chemin de l’Aéroport
Havre-aux-Maisons, QC G4T 5L2
c/o Band Council
Waskaganish, QC J0M 1R0
|Kuujjuaq||Kativik Regional Government
Kuujjuaq, QC J0M 1C0
|Schefferville||Schefferville Airport Coorporation
78 Atlantic Road
Schefferville, QC G0G 2T0
c/o Band Council,
Wemindji, QC J0M 1L0
2 Airport Road
Wabush, NL A0R 1B0
|St. Anthony||Transport Canada
1 Airport Road
St. Anthony, NL A0K 4C0
The following 23 airports are owned by Transport Canada and leased to Canadian airport authorities. 21 airport authorities operate these airports, with Mirabel and Montreal Trudeau operated by the same authority. Kelowna (YLW) is the only airport listed that’s not operated by an airport authority. The City of Kelowna operates this airport under a long-term lease with Transport Canada.
The 21 airport authorities operate pursuant to the Airport Transfer (Miscellaneous Matters) Act. They are not-for-profit, non-share capital corporations. The federal government may nominate up to 2 people to each airport authority’s board of directors.
National Airports System
National Airport System airports owned and operated by territorial governments
|Northwest Territories||Yellowknife (YZF)||Government of the Northwest Territories|
|Nunavut||Iqaluit (YFB)||Government of Nunavut|
|Yukon||Erik Nielson Whitehorse International (YXY)||Government of Yukon|