|RCAF Detachment Gananoque|
Near Gananoque, Ontario in Canada
|Owner||Department of National Defence(Canada)|
|Operator||Formerly Royal Canadian Air Force|
|Controlled by||No. 31 Service Flying Training School (SFTS) located at RCAF Kingston|
|Identifiers||IATA: none, ICAO: none|
|Elevation||395 ft (120 m) AMSL|
RCAF Detachment Gananoque was a relief landing field for the Royal Air Force's No. 31 Service Flying Training School (SFTS) located at RCAF Station Kingston during the Second World War. The airfield was located north of Gananoque, Ontario, Canada. Gananoque consisted of a triangle-shaped runway pattern, one hangar, and a control tower. Gananoque officially became a British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) facility in 1942 when RAF training schools became part of the BCATP. The station opened in 1940 and closed in 1945.
The airfield was constructed in a typical BCATP wartime pattern, with three runways formed in a triangle. In approximately 1942 the aerodrome was listed at with a variation of 12 degrees west and elevation of 395 ft (120 m). Three runways were listed as follows: 
|5/23||2,400 ft (730 m)||100 ft (30 m)||Hard surfaced|
|17/35||2,400 ft (730 m)||100 ft (30 m)||Hard surfaced|
|12/30||2,400 ft (730 m)||100 ft (30 m)||Hard surfaced|
Today, the former station is operated as the Gananoque Airport.
- Pilots Handbook of Aerodromes and Seaplane Bases Vol. 1. Royal Canadian Air Force. c. 1942. p. 114.
- Royal Canadian Air Force Detachment Gananoque Retrieved: 2009-12-14
- Hatch, F. J. Aerodrome of Democracy: Canada and the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. Department of National Defence Directorate of History. 1983. Retrieved: 2009-12-13