We are looking forward to the 2019 Spring Airfield Workshop at the Timmins Victor M. Power Airport!
Workshop: May 14, 2019
Who Should Attend?
Airports and aerodromes of all sizes
Airport management and operations staff
Government agencies who operate airports and who regulate airports
Airport suppliers and consultants interested in the seminars and in networking with airports
Stay tuned for Registration to open!
May 13, 2019
|Busses Depart||6:45 pm|
|Welcome Reception||7:00 pm|
|Busses Depart||9:00 pm|
May 14, 2019
|Workshop Begins||9:00 am|
|Break||10:30 am - 10:45 am|
|Business Introductions||11:50 am|
|Lunch||12:00 pm - 1:00 pm|
|Break||2:00 pm - 2:15 pm|
|Round Table Discussion||3:15 pm|
|Closing Remarks||4:15 pm|
*Please note the agenda is subject to change and may be updated periodically.
Welcome to Timmins Victor M. Power Airport!
Owned and operated by the City of Timmins, the airport is one of the largest airports in Northern Ontario. The Airport is a convenient gateway to Toronto and northern communities. Serving as an administration and maintenance centre for Air Creebec it is also a base for recreational, business and private operators and as an aircraft maintenance and emergency medical transportation hub.
The MNR uses the airport as a district base for fighting forest fires. The Timmins Airport is also a growing hub for air cargo. Serving more than 200,000 passengers annually, the Timmins Airport is approximately 11 kilometers north of the city business district. The airport has two runways (main runway is 6,000 feet and secondary runway is 4,900 feet), a flight service station, precision landing aids and a 24 hour weather reporting operation. World fuels stations are located at the airport for full aviation and aircraft servicing requirements.
The Timmins Airport serves a much larger market than the City of Timmins. Based on its strategic location in the heart of Northeastern Ontario, Timmins has become the focal point for transportation and communications as well as some government services for the region. Timmins is a hub airport serving the air traveller and cargo needs of an encompassing market area of 160,000 people.