The Kincardine Municipal Airport CYKM, is a Transport Canada registered airport located 3km north of the Municipality of Kincardine on Highway 21, managed by Phoenix Airport Management Group Inc. The airport complex occupies 120 acres, overlooking beautiful Lake Huron.  It serves as a base for sightseeing, corporate jets, air ambulance services and recreational pilots, some of whom own private hangars on the airport grounds. There are two paved runways with full ARCAL System with GPS, LPV Approaches and AWOS. 

There are two runways at the Airport:

Runway 13 (127°)/31 (307°) 4085 ft X 75 ft Asphalt

Runway 05 (048°)/23(228°) 2083 ft X 50 ft Asphalt

Fuel Prices 

AV GAS 100 LL    =$2.90 includes Hst.


JET A  with prist =$2.70 includes Hst.

Photo Gallery: Airport will appear here on the public site.
To see the NAVCANADA cameras please go to this link
 Pilot Info
 DISCLAIMER: Please reference latest issue of CFS. Please remember it is the responsibility of the PILOT IN COMMAND to ensure all pertinent data is utilized.

REF N44 12 05 W81 36 20   1.5NNE   9°W 
UTC-5(4) Elev772' A5000 L04 L06 
OPR Municipality of Kincardine 
519-396-4454 Reg
PF B-1   C-2,3,4,5,6
FIC London 866-WXBRIEF (Toll free within Canada) or 
866-541-4104 (Toll free within Canada & USA)
WX WxCam
RWY DATA Rwy 13 (127°)/31(307°)   4085x75 asphalt 
Rwy 05(048°)/23(228°)   2083x50 asphalt
RCR Opr   13-22Z‡
LIGHTING 13-(TE   ME) AP, 31-(TE   ME) AP, 05-(TE   ME), 23-(TE   ME) ARCAL-122.8 type K
ATF UNICOM (AU) ltd hrs O/T tfc 122.8 5NM 3800 ASL
AWOS Frequency 122.550   
PRO Rgt hand circuits Rwy 31 (CAR 602.96).
CAUTION Migrating birds in lic May - Sep. Lakeshore area noise sensitive dur sum months. 
Snow removal eqpt may be on rwys as rqrd dur win months.

Airport Services

24/7 card lock fuel
Conference room available for booking
Snack machines
Reading materials

Pilot Information Centre

Food Truck open May 24th- Oct 1st
Rent the Airport Boardroom for meetings. Call the airport at 519-396-4454 or email for information. Bicycles Available (Call to book prior).

For more information about Kincardine Municipal Airport contact the airport at 519-396-4454 or email us.

On May 9th the Kincardine Municipal Airport played a key roll in the rescuing of an injured Snapping Turtle. Pilots volunteer their time and Planes for various causes and today this Pilot was picking up injured turtles in Kincardine, London, Windsor as well as other destinations and transporting them to the Peterborough Conservation Center for Rehabilitation. Visit Turtle Rescue Ontario for more information on the importance of this service to assist with the declining numbers of turtles and other species. 

turtle rescue