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The Sundre Airport is:
bullet"Uncontrolled", VFR/IFR day & night
bullet4285 + 512 feet, Runway 15-33, hard surface capable of supporting aircraft up to 50,000 lbs. Lit by ARCAL for the full length with Centre-line white lights at each end.
bulletNo landing fees.
bulletOpen 24 hours by entering ATF and the Terminal Building has washrooms, WiFi, and pay phone
bulletAVGAS 100LL available through the Sundre Flying Club (403) 638-7370. Self Serve BBQ as well.
bulletAccessible to taxi, hospital & ambulance, hotels and restaurants in the Town of Sundre 2.5 km NE.
bulletOwned by Mountain View County (403) 335-3311 and managed by the five-member County-appointed Sundre Airport Committee
bulletAircraft that are 50,000 lb and below:
Beech: 100, 200, 300, 350, 1900, All turbo-props.
Convair: Convair 240, 340, 440, 580
Curtiss Wright: C-46 Curtiss Commando
DeHavilland: Dash - 8, Twin Otter, Buffalo
Doublas: DC-3
Grumman: G-1
Lockheed: Electra, Hercules (in winter while ground is frozen)
Pure Jet: Cessna Citation Ultra, Lear Jet.
For information on the Sundre Airport contact Sundre Flying Club at Box 1241, Sundre, AB T0M1X0. E-Mail at cminty@gasdetect.com.

News from the Sundre Flying Club
The Sundre Flying Club's annual Christmas Dinner, hosted by President, Sheldon Valentine and Carla Valentine, on November 25, 2006, in the Coyote Creek Golf Clubhouse adjacent to the Sundre Airport, welcomed COPA Director for Alberta and the North West Territories, Sherry Cooper, Sky Wings Aviation, Red Deer, to honour Norman Cummins for his long time dedication to the Sundre Airport by presenting the Certificate of the new COPA Flight 146 Sundre Alberta to Norman as Captain along with son James Cummins as Co-Captain.

The Sundre Flying Club is registered with the Alberta Non-profit Society as the Mountain View Pilots and Flying Association but it has been known as "The Sundre Flying Club" since the early 1950's.

The Certificate reads:

This is to certify that
COPA Flight No. 146
Sundre, Alberta

has been organized in accordance with the pertinent bylaws of the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association as approved by the Board of Directors of said Association for the purpose of achieving, through the joint efforts of the COPA members involved, the maximum potential growth and development of general aviation in Canada.
Dated: August 16, 2006 Signed by President & CEO: Kevin Psutka

Photo by Wayne Bumphrey, Sundre Flying Club






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