Airport

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New pilot school lands at Red Deer Regional Airport

Canadian Aviation College will train pilots at airport

 

Red Deer Airport is asking for a total of $900,000 in operating funds, a request to be split between the city and Red Deer County. Additional capital funding is also requested. (Advocate file photo).

Red Deer County approves $500,000 to fix airport runway

County steps up to provide funding after City of Red Deer declines because of upcoming budget review

 

Airport primed for expansion

Airport primed for expansion

Ambitious vision sees airport as air freight and aircraft servicing centre

 

Red Deer Regional Airport CEO Graham Ingham (right), with operations manager Dermin Hein, and marketing manager Nicole Holinaty. (Contributed photo).

Red Deer airport CEO hopes some passenger service can lift off by next summer

Perhaps there’s enough demand for tourist flights to B.C., says Graham Ingham.

Red Deer Regional Airport CEO Graham Ingham (right), with operations manager Dermin Hein, and marketing manager Nicole Holinaty. (Contributed photo).
Red Deer Regional Airport CEO Graham Ingham, left, with Tony Hunley and Jim Freake of Tucana Aviation. The airport has announced an agreement with the company to improve ground support services at the facility. (Photo contributed)

Red Deer airport getting better support services

Red Deer Regional Airport has a new partner to operate its terminal…

Red Deer Regional Airport CEO Graham Ingham, left, with Tony Hunley and Jim Freake of Tucana Aviation. The airport has announced an agreement with the company to improve ground support services at the facility. (Photo contributed)
Red Deer Regional Airport CEO Graham Ingam, with a rebranded sign. (Contributed photo by Nicole Holinaty).
Red Deer Regional Airport CEO Graham Ingam, with a rebranded sign. (Contributed photo by Nicole Holinaty).
File photo by ADVOCATE staff                                Representatives from Enerjet and numerous “airport partners” are expected to join Red Deer Airport board chairman Ben Antifaiff at the AGM at 3 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel.

Red Deer Airport’s future prospects to be discussed at AGM

‘Airport partners,’ such as Enerjet, expected to attend

File photo by ADVOCATE staff                                Representatives from Enerjet and numerous “airport partners” are expected to join Red Deer Airport board chairman Ben Antifaiff at the AGM at 3 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel.
Red Deer Airport seeks more municipal dollars to balance budget

Red Deer Airport seeks more municipal dollars to balance budget

Revenues affected by loss of passenger service, oilfield slump

Red Deer Airport seeks more municipal dollars to balance budget
A small plane prepares for take-off at Red Deer Airport. (Advocate file photo.)

Low-cost air carrier with interest in central Alberta to take-off in 2019

Enerjet to bring ultra-low-cost travel to Canadians

A small plane prepares for take-off at Red Deer Airport. (Advocate file photo.)
Red Deer Airport chief executive officer Graham Ingham outside the terminal. (Advocate file photo.)

Red Deer Airport’s prospects are looking up for 2019

Ultra-low-cost passenger service is on the horizon

Red Deer Airport chief executive officer Graham Ingham outside the terminal. (Advocate file photo.)
Innisfail airport wants more camping

Innisfail airport wants more camping

Red Deer County wants to talk to all airport users before making campground decision

Innisfail airport wants more camping
Lacombe Flying Club should pay more for airport: county councillor

Lacombe Flying Club should pay more for airport: county councillor

Coun. Rod McDermand does not believe flyers contribute enough to funding airport

Lacombe Flying Club should pay more for airport: county councillor
This site off Hwy 2A just south of Lacombe will be home to a new target facility if a Lacombe Fish and Game Association project goes ahead. The group is proposing a $1.3-$1.5 million facility for its members.

Lacombe shooting range proposed

Lacombe Fish and Game Association planning a target facility just south of Lacombe

This site off Hwy 2A just south of Lacombe will be home to a new target facility if a Lacombe Fish and Game Association project goes ahead. The group is proposing a $1.3-$1.5 million facility for its members.
Photo from Lacombe Airport Facebook page

Lacombe Airport gets new name

Lacombe Airport changing name to Lacombe Regional Airport and welcomes Lacombe County to partnership

Photo from Lacombe Airport Facebook page
Red Deer Airport keeps eye on nearby development

Red Deer Airport keeps eye on nearby development

Red Deer County seeks authority to ensure development does not affect airport operations

Red Deer Airport keeps eye on nearby development