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  There are exciting new improvements happening at the Weyburn Airport!   The community has come together to see the installation of a new jet fuel system as well as a GPS approach which will both  provide the ability for larger aircraft to use the facility, as well as enhance the safety of the Airport.  A huge thank you to all of those who donated both monetary and in-kind, to see these projects come to fruition; and they are:  The Saskatchewan Oil & Gas Show, Cenovus Energy, Jerry Mainil Ltd, Pro-Touch Signs , Industrial Electric, Souris Valley Industries, Prairie Sky Co-op, Weyburn Credit Union, Dragon Products North, Barber Motors, Maurice Swertz and Donald & Brian Goranson


is located one mile east and one mile north of the existing City of Weyburn limits. It is a four-directional Airport with 06-24 and 12-30 directions available. Runway 12-30 is a 4,000-foot by 125-foot runway completed in 1988. The alternate runway, 06-24, received an asphalt recap and a storm sewer was replaced in 1996.

Weyburn Airport was constructed in late 1941 as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. In its barely two years of operation from 1942 to 1944, it graduated 1,055 pilots and recorded more than 180,000 hours of flight time. The peak month was April of 1943, when over 12,000 hours were logged by 146 aircraft, 136 being single engine Harvard's and 10 twin engine Avro Ansons. The station was abandoned on June 30, 1944.

The Airport was quiet for many years. In the early 1950's, the service buildings became a medical facility for mentally-handicapped children. That facility moved to Moose Jaw and Western Christian College occupied the buildings from 1957 until their departure in 1989.

Weyburn Airport averages about 96 flights per month and includes Pan Canadian Petroleum, RCMP, Air Ambulance, crop spraying, a new parachute club, commercial charters, and recreational flying.

WEYBURN, Saskatchewan

REF N49 41 53 W103 48 04 2.2NE

12 E UTC-6 Elev 1931' A5006

E-16 L02

OPR Town 306-842-7644 Cert

PF B-1 C-2, 3, 4, 5, 6





S 4,5

RWY DATA Rwy 06(058)/24(238) 3200 x 75 Asphalt

Rwy 18(178)/36(358) 3200 x 75 ABANDONED

Rwy 12(118)/30(298) 4000 x 75 Asphalt

RCR Opr Rwy 06/24 wt rstd to 7000 lbs. not cert. No win

maint rwy 06/24.

LIGHTING 12-AS(TE LO), 30-(TE LO) ARCAL-122.8 type J

COMM           ATF unicom ltd hrs O/T tfc 122.8 5NM 4900 ASL

NAV            NDB 3N 298 (L) N49 41 48 W103 48 14 at A/D Pvt



07/03/2014:  NEW HANGAR LOTS AVAILABLE:  Eleven unserviced are available in sections of 50m x 15.24m.  Click here to view the map, and for additional details, please contact the Engineering Department at 306.848.3230

For Fuel Inquiries, please contact:  1.306.861.0129



The Weyburn Aiport Board meets monthly and we welcome any questions or comments you may have about the Weyburn Airport.  Email us here

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