Picton Airport (CNT7), Ontario, 28 May 2013
|Operator||Loch Sloy Holdings Ltd|
|Time zone||EST (UTC−05:00)|
|• Summer (DST)||EDT (UTC−04:00)|
|Elevation AMSL||465 ft / 142 m|
During World War II, the airport hosted the No. 31 Bombing and Gunnery School for the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, operating Avro Anson, Fairey Battle, Bristol Bolingbroke, and Westland Lysander aircraft.In 1953, the Prince Edward Flying club took over operation of the airport. The airport was known as CFB Picton.
The airport has been owned by Loch-Sloy Holdings Limited since 1970.
During the summer it is home to the Air Cadet Gliding Program along with CFB Mountainview. It is also used for motor-sport events such as autoslalom by the St. Lawrence Auto Club CASC-OR. There have also been "Armdrop" drag racing events and tractor pulls held here as well in 2010 and 2011. It was also the filming site for the 2005 season of television's "Canada's Worst Driver".
- Canada Flight Supplement. Effective 0901Z 5 January 2017 to 0901Z 2 March 2017
- Hatch, F. J. (1983). The Aerodrome of Democracy: Canada and the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, 1939-1945. Ottawa: Directorate of History, Department of National Defence. ISBN 0660114437.
- Robertson, I. (2013). Camp Picton Wartime to Peacetime. Bloomfield, Ontario: County Magazine Printshop Ltd. ISBN 978-0-9683109-6-0.
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