|Operator||Fraser Valley Regional District|
|Location||Hope, British Columbia|
|Time zone||PST (UTC−08:00)|
|• Summer (DST)||PDT (UTC−07:00)|
|Elevation AMSL||128 ft / 39 m|
Hope Aerodrome, (IATA: YHE, ICAO: CYHE), is located 2.6 nautical miles (4.8 km; 3.0 mi) west of Hope Townsite (the previous Town of Hope) within the municipal District of Hope, British Columbia, Canada.
There is one turf runway 3,960 ft × 250 ft (1,207 m × 76 m). The airport is operated by the Fraser Valley Regional District. The Hope Airport lies within the community of Flood in the District of Hope.
In approximately 1942 the aerodrome was listed as RCAF & D of T Aerodrome - Hope, British Columbia at with a variation of 23 degrees 40' east and elevation of 117 ft (36 m). The aerodrome was listed as a "Under construction - Servicable" with one runway listed as follows:
|7/25||6,400 ft (2,000 m)||1,000 ft (300 m)||Turf|
- Canada Flight Supplement. Effective 0901Z 5 December 2019 to 0901Z 30 January 2020.
- Synoptic/Metstat Station Information Archived 2013-06-28 at the Wayback Machine
- District of Hope name for the area of the previous town of hope see district website - www.hope.ca/upload/dcd597_Hope_Townsite_ROADMAP.pdf
- Map of the District of Hope, see district website file - www.hope.ca/upload/dcd600_frvd_area_hope.pdf on map webpage www.hope.ca/bylaws/index.php?SUID=&selectedFolder=84
- Staff writer (c. 1942). Pilots Handbook of Aerodromes and Seaplane Bases Vol. 2. Royal Canadian Air Force. p. 139.
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOpBXmqa0eY 737 Landing at CYHE in 1972
- Catchpole, Dan (26 March 2016). "Almost cancelled, the Boeing 737 has endured 49 years". The Daily Herald. Retrieved 4 September 2017.
- Vancouver Soaring Association
- Hope Airport Weather Cam at the Meteorological Service of Canada
- Hope Airpark on COPA's Places to Fly airport directory
- Accident history for YHE: Hope Airport at Aviation Safety Network
- Past three hours METARs, SPECI and current TAFs for Hope Airport from Nav Canada as available.
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