The Vanderhoof Airport is located 6.5 km north of Vanderhoof by road and serves the community’s aviation needs including charter flights, corporate flights, medevac airlifts and recreational flying opportunities. The airport is not equipped with a terminal; however, there is a “Club House” with wifi and washrooms, along with mounted still cameras providing real-time condition images for our online airport portal. The Airport has a 5,018 foot long paved runway and two grass runways, one 5,200 feet and the other 3,200 feet in length.
The airport is equipped with an Automatic Weather Observing System (AWOS) which can be contacted for current conditions by calling 250-567-4494 or radiofrequency 122.550. Please visit NavCanada for current NOTAMS in place and updated information regarding the AWOS for Vanderhoof, CAU4. More detailed information regarding the Vanderhoof Airport is available in the Canadian Flight Supplement (CFS) under the airport designation CAU4.
Fuel is available, both 100 LL and Jet A from a self-serve (credit card required) facility run by the Vanderhoof Flying Club. Current rates available from email@example.com
Water Aerodrome Information
The Water Aerodrome is located on the Nechako River at the end of Recreation Avenue; details are published in the Water Aerodrome Supplement by Nav Canada.
The designation is CVH3. No fuel, but MoGas, restaurants, and hotels are a 10-minute walk. 100LL at Vanderhoof Airport.
Operated by the Vanderhoof Airport Development Society 250-567-8724 or RDS Aviation. 250-614-3569.
If you have any questions, feel free to call the District of Vanderhoof at 250-567-4711.