Airports in Yellowhead County

Jasper-Hinton Airport

Yellowhead County operates the Jasper-Hinton Airport. The airport is located 10km NW of Hinton and is an unmanned airport with one maintenance staff that keeps the airport runways safe and clear of snow, ice and debris.  

Jasper-Hinton Airport

The airport is home to two small air charter operators conducting scenic tours of nearby Jasper National Park, Mount Robson and the Columbia Icefields as well as providing aerial services for mining, forestry and wildlife research.

The airport has a game fence that keeps wildlife off the runway. There are phones at the airport for contacting taxi service, etc.

Contact Airport Operator: John Gregory. The main phone number is 780-865-4474. Leave a message on voice mail.
Mailing Address:  2716 1st Ave., Edson Alberta T7E 1N9


Edson Airport

The Edson Airport is a Transport Canada certified airport operated by the Town of Edson and is a partnership cost-sharing resource with Yellowhead County, approximately 190 kilometres west of Edmonton.

Edson Airport

The airport’s location within the Town of Edson provides convenient access to all services. Aircraft serving the forestry, petroleum, mining and tourism industries are frequent visitors to the Edson Airport. Local fixed-wing and helicopter operators provide charter service. Scheduled air service is not available at the Edson Airport.

A privately owned and operated fuel facility is located at the airport. The contact number for fuel services is (780) 723-3134. Detailed information regarding the Edson Airport and the services we offer can be found at www.edson.ca/departments/airport.

Contact Sam Shine for more details at (780) 728-5056 or sams@edson.ca.


Hinton/Entrance Airport 

Hinton/Entrance Airport is located 11 km west of Hinton, Alberta, just north of the Athabasca River. There are hangars, fuel, and minimal rest facilities on site. The airport is operated by the Hinton Flying Club. The airfield is a grass field airstrip.

Hinton/Entrance Airport

The airstrip is owned by Alberta forestry but is used and maintained by the members of the club often year-round, depending on snow conditions. In the summer, the airstrip is also used to house and base the Heli-tack firefighting crews during the summer fire season. Forestry has its own fuel cache for the helicopters.

Hinton Flying Club web page www.hintonflyingclub.ca

Entrance Airport. Hinton/Entrance Airport formally known as CEE4 is located 11 km west of Hinton, Alberta, just north of the Athabasca River. There are Hangars, fuel for members and invited guests, and minimal rest facilities on site. The airport is operated and maintained by the Hinton Flying Club.

Contact Mark Christensen
kram02@telus.net
(780) 223 6275


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