Timmins Victor M. Power Airport, ( IATA: YTS, ICAO: CYTS), is located 6 nautical miles (11 km; 6.9 mi) north-northwest of Timmins, Ontario, Canada. The airport serves both scheduled passenger and cargo flights and general aviation, including air ambulance ( MEDEVAC), forest-fire fighting, and flight training.
No longer a point of entry. No customs available.
Timmins Airport was first opened in 1955 following lobbying by the board of the Timmins Chamber of Commerce.
Victor M. Power. [5 ]
On May 31, 2007, the airport was renamed in honour of the city's former mayor
Airlines and destinations [ edit ]
Timmins Airport handles approximately 150,000 passengers per year, and acts as a mini hub with flights to many small communities in north-central Ontario.
Air Canada Express
Attawapiskat, Fort Albany, Kashechewan, Moosonee, Peawanuck [6 ]
Kapuskasing, North Bay, Sudbury, Thunder Bay
Attawapiskat, Fort Albany, Kashechewan, Moosonee, Peawanuck [7 ]
Other tenants [ edit ]
Timmins Flight Service Station [ edit ]
Timmins Airport is serviced by a
Flight Service Station and also provides Remote Airport Advisory Service (RAAS) for the Moosonee (CYMO) and Muskoka (CYQA) airports.
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