Touring Québec by air

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Touring Québec by air
Infrastructures to Make You Welcome
ID
TR
Name
Code
Lat (N)
Long (W)
Alt
Fuel
AOE
Telephone
Su
Map identifier
Tourism region
Name of infrastructure
Airport designator
North Latitude
West Longitude
Altitude in feet
Fuel
Airport of Entry
Telephone number of infrastructure
Surface, overlay
A= Asphalt N= Snow
S= Sand
B= Concrete O= Wood
T= Earth
G= Grass
P= Paving block X= Gravel
L= Gravelly loam
References: Aerodromes listed in the Canada Flight Supplement (CFS), December 2003. Water aerodromes listed in
the Canada Water Aerodrome Supplement (WAS), March 2003.
Notes: The additional information required to plan and carry out flights is provided in the above-mentioned
documents. To facilitate use of the map and lists, names of infrastructures are given as in the Canada Flight
Supplement.
Transports Québec assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information on the map.
We advise you to contact the aerodrome operator before taking off.
Aerodromes
ID
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
TR
18
15
14
18
15
16
16
02
08
02
09
05
17
18
15
18
09
15
20
02
18
08
18
16
02
16
17
05
06
01
18
18
10
07
18
18
18
18
17
18
18
10
07
07
06
11
18
18
18
17
14
10
17
07
18
08
07
17
10
13
08
18
02
02
11
06
09
Name
Code
Akulivik
CYKO
Alma
CYTF
Amos/Magny
CYEY
Aupaluk
CYLA
Bagotville
CYBG
Baie-Comeau
CYBC
Baie-Comeau (Manic-1)
CSL9
Bonaventure
CYVB
Bromont
CZBM
Causapscal
CTF3
Chambly
CTT2
Charlevoix
CYML
Chevery
CYHR
Chibougamau-Chapais
CYMT
Chicoutimi/Saint-Honoré
CYRC
Chisasibi
CSU2
Covey Hill
CSH3
Dolbeau–Saint-Félicien
CYDO
Drummondville
CSC3
Du Rocher-Percé (Pabok)
CTG3
Eastmain River
CZEM
Farnham
CSN7
Fontanges
CTU2
Forestville
CYFE
Gaspé
CYGP
Grandes-Bergeronnes
CTH3
Havre-Saint-Pierre
CYGV
Île-aux-Coudres
CTA3
Île-aux-Grues
CSH2
Îles-de-la-Madeleine
CYGR
Inukjuak
CYPH
Ivujivik
CYIK
Joliette
CSG3
Kanawata Aéroparc
CSJ2
Kangiqsualujjuaq(Georges River) CYLU
Kangiqsujuaq (Wakeham Bay) CYKG
Kangirsuk
CYAS
Kattiniq/Donaldson
CTP9
Kegaska
CTK6
Kuujjuaq
CYVP
Kuujjuarapik
CYGW
Lac Agile (Mascouche)
CSA2
Lac à la Perchaude
CTE5
Lac-à-la-Tortue
CSL3
Lac-Etchemin
CSC5
Lachute
CSE4
La Grande-3
CYAD
La Grande-4
CYAH
La Grande-Rivière
CYGL
La Romaine
CTT5
La Sarre
CSR8
L'Assomption
CLA2
La Tabatière
CTU5
La Tuque
CYLQ
Lebel-sur-Quévillon
CSH4
Lennoxville (Airview)
CTQ4
Louiseville
CSJ4
Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon
CYBX
Lourdes-de-Joliette
CSE3
Maniwaki
CYMW
Mansonville
CSK4
Matagami
CYNM
Matane
CYME
Mont-Joli
CYYY
Mont-Laurier
CSD4
Montmagny
CSE5
Montréal/Aéroparc Île Perrot CSP6
Lat (N) Long (W) Alt Fuel AOE Telephone Su
60,49,07 78,08,55 66
(819) 964-2968 X
48,30,32 71,38,31 445
(418) 669-5104 A
48,33,50 78,14,59 1068
(819) 732-4828 A
59,17,48 69,35,59 116
(819) 964-2968 X
48,19,50 70,59,47 522
(418) 677-8342 BA
49,07,56 68,12,26 71
(418) 589-8285 A
49,11,04 68,21,45 250
(418) 589-9221 S
48,04,16 65,27,37 123
(418) 534-2101 A
45,17,27 72,44,29 374
(450) 534-2325 AGN
48,18,41 67,15,05 340
(418) 756-3996 X
45,24,04 73,17,43 95
(450) 348-1333 G
47,35,51 70,13,26 977
(418) 452-3417 A
50,28,08 59,38,16 39
(418) 787-2215 A
49,46,19 74,31,41 1270
(418) 748-2211 A
48,31,15 71,03,02 543
(418) 673-4245 A
53,48,20 78,55,01 43
(819) 855-2878 X
45,00,50 73,41,23 328
(450) 247-2188 L
48,46,42 72,22,30 372
(418) 679-5516 A
45,50,43 72,23,41 365
(819) 472-1011 A
48,23,00 64,33,52 87
(418) 385-3709 A
52,13,33 78,31,21 21
(819) 977-0332 X
45,17,08 73,00,28 180
(450) 293-8118 X
54,33,14 71,10,24 1550
(819) 853-7301 X
48,44,46 69,05,50 293
(418) 587-2285 A
48,46,31 64,28,43 108
(418) 368-2104 A
48,14,00 69,33,00 69
(418) 232-6244 A
50,16,55 63,36,41 124
(418) 538-2717 A
47,23,22 70,23,04 110
(418) 438-2247 GX
47,04,16 70,31,58 60
(418) 248-3545 A
47,25,29 61,46,41 34
(418) 969-4337 A
58,28,19 78,04,37 82
(819) 964-2968 X
62,25,02 77,55,31 139
(819) 964-2968 X
46,02,42 73,30,06 225
(450) 755-4211 A
47,35,41 74,08,01 1350
(819) 666-2007 SX
58,42,41 65,59,34 215
(819) 964-2968 X
61,35,19 71,55,46 511
(819) 964-2968 X
60,01,38 69,59,57 403
(819) 964-2968 X
61,39,44 73,19,17 1899
(819) 762-7800 X
50,11,45 61,15,57 32
(418) 726-3637 X
58,05,46 68,25,37 129
(819) 964-2968 AX
55,16,55 77,45,55 34
(819) 964-2968 SX
45,47,31 73,38,17 160
(450) 474-1141 G
46,37,21 72,50,45 550
(819) 539-4772 TN
46,37,18 72,37,49 434
(819) 538-8623 A
46,24,26 70,30,05 1500
(418) 625-4521 GX
45,38,22 74,22,14 221
(450) 562-1330 A
53,34,18 76,11,47 775
(819) 638-2988 X
53,45,17 73,40,31 1005
(819) 854-6117 X
53,37,31 77,42,15 639
(819) 638-8847 A
50,15,35 60,40,26 90
(418) 229-2984 A
48,55,02 79,10,43 1048
(819) 333-2282 A
45,49,23 73,27,38 52
(450) 589-5248 GN
50,49,51 58,58,32 102
(418) 773-2659 X
47,24,35 72,47,20 548
(819) 523-8932 A
49,01,49 77,01,02 960
(819) 755-4826 A
45,21,12 71,51,45 575
(819) 566-4245 G
46,14,46 72,54,16 40
(819) 228-8628 A
51,26,37 57,11,07 121
(418) 461-2514 A
46,06,34 73,27,10 350
(450) 752-3151 XG
46,16,28 75,59,24 659
(819) 449-6103 A
45,01,35 72,24,07 575
(450) 292-5777 A
49,45,42 77,48,10 918
(819) 739-2926 A
48,51,25 67,27,12 102
(418) 562-2333 A
48,36,31 68,12,29 172
(418) 775-3347 A
46,33,52 75,34,40 815
(819) 623-5475 A
47,00,05 70,30,57 37
(418) 248-3545 A
45,22,34 73,54,26 100
(514) 425-2300 GN
ID
68
69
70
71
TR
11
09
10
12
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
09
09
11
17
18
13
07
17
17
18
18
04
09
03
15
03
11
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
15
09
14
06
17
04
14
09
10
09
02
10
06
20
06
10
06
09
09
06
06
07
09
09
09
09
10
06
04
06
18
17
14
17
08
09
08
08
18
17
06
07
18
08
14
09
20
18
18
07
Name
Montréal Intl (Mirabel)
Montréal/Les Cèdres
Montréal/Mascouche
Montréal/Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau
Intl (Dorval)
Montréal/Saint-Hubert
Montréal/Saint-Lazare
Mont-Tremblant/Saint-Jovite
Natashquan
Nemiscau
Ottawa/Gatineau
Parent
Port-Menier
Poste Montagnais (Mile 134)
Puvirnituq
Quaqtaq
Québec/Jean-Lesage Intl
Richelieu
Rimouski
Rivière Bonnard
Rivière-du-Loup
Rivière Rouge/
Mont-Tremblant Intl
Roberval
Rougemont
Rouyn-Noranda
Saint-Anselme
Saint-Augustin
Saint-Basile (Marcotte)
Saint-Bruno-de-Guigues
Saint-Dominique
Saint-Donat
Sainte-Agnès-de-Dundee
Sainte-Anne-des-Monts
Sainte-Julienne
Sainte-Lucie-de-Beauregard
Saint-Ferdinand
Saint-Frédéric
Saint-Gabriel-de-Brandon
Saint-Georges
Saint-Hyacinthe
Saint-Jean
Saint-Jean-Chrysostome
Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon
Saint-Louis-de-France
Saint-Mathias
Saint-Mathias/Grant
Saint-Mathieu-de-Beloeil
Saint-Michel-de-Napierville
Saint-Michel-des-Saints
Saint-Prosper (Pel)
Saint-Raymond/Paquet
Saint-Victor-de-Beauce
Salluit
Schefferville
Senneterre
Sept-Îles
Sherbrooke
Sorel
Stanhope
Stanstead/Weller
Tasiujaq
Tête-à-la-Baleine
Thetford Mines
Trois-Rivières
Umiujaq
Valcourt
Val-d'Or
Valleyfield
Victoriaville
Waskaganish
Wemindji
Weymontachie
Code
CYMX
CSS3
CSK3
CYUL
Lat (N)
45,40,47
45,20,51
45,43,07
45,28,05
Long (W)
74,02,19
74,04,36
73,35,53
73,44,29
Alt Fuel AOE Telephone
270
(450) 476-5300
160
(450) 452-4882
75
(450) 474-4133
117
(514) 633-3223
Su
B
A
A
AB
CYHU
CST3
CSZ3
CYNA
CYHH
CYND
CYPP
CYPN
CSF3
CYPX
CYHA
CYQB
CSX3
CYXK
CRB4
CYRI
CYFJ
45,31,03
45,23,33
46,09,15
50,11,23
51,41,28
45,31,17
47,55,55
49,50,11
51,53,19
60,03,02
61,02,47
46,47,28
45,26,52
48,28,41
50,42,16
47,45,52
46,24,45
73,25,01
74,08,03
74,35,01
61,47,21
76,08,08
75,33,51
74,36,29
64,17,19
65,42,54
77,17,13
69,37,04
71,23,30
73,14,03
68,29,49
71,09,45
69,35,05
74,46,46
90
175
790
35
802
211
1400
167
1987
75
103
244
115
82
1585
427
827
(450) 678-6030
(450) 455-3566
(819) 425-9494
(418) 726-3362
(819) 672-3642
(819) 663-0737
(819) 667-2323
(418) 535-0327
(418) 964-3666
(819) 964-2968
(819) 964-2968
(418) 640-2663
(450) 447-5664
(418) 724-3173
(418) 874-2625
(418) 862-2121
(819) 425-7919
A
GX
G
A
X
A
X
A
X
X
X
A
X
A
X
A
A
CYRJ
CTY5
CYUY
CTQ6
CYIF
CTR6
CTA4
CSS4
CSY4
CDD3
CYSZ
CSM4
CSU4
CSH5
CSZ4
CSS5
CYSG
CSU3
CYJN
CSG5
CST7
CSJ5
CSP5
CSX5
CSB3
CMN3
CSM5
CTW2
CSK5
CSL5
CYZG
CYKL
CTK2
CYZV
CYSC
CSY3
CSN5
CTQ2
CYTQ
CTB6
CSM3
CYRQ
CYMU
CSQ3
CYVO
CSD3
CSR3
CYKQ
CYNC
CSU5
48,31,12
45,26,18
48,12,22
46,37,19
51,12,42
46,47,01
47,26,57
45,37,57
46,18,21
45,02,51
49,07,13
45,56,27
46,44,27
46,07,34
46,19,53
46,20,32
46,05,47
45,36,18
45,17,40
46,41,07
46,33,37
46,26,12
45,30,03
45,28,19
45,35,24
45,12,50
46,40,51
46,12,47
46,53,42
46,07,06
62,10,45
54,48,19
48,20,26
50,13,24
45,26,17
45,58,49
45,00,56
45,02,04
58,40,04
50,40,28
46,03,06
46,21,10
56,32,10
45,28,52
48,03,12
45,12,30
46,06,46
51,28,25
53,00,39
47,56,13
72,15,56
73,02,16
78,50,08
70,57,18
58,39,30
71,49,35
79,25,05
72,49,08
74,10,53
74,20,36
66,31,45
73,43,26
70,01,57
71,32,10
70,57,48
73,23,20
70,42,53
73,00,51
73,16,52
71,09,06
71,10,57
72,37,49
73,14,30
73,11,58
73,14,19
73,34,38
73,59,37
70,29,48
71,47,09
70,53,21
75,40,01
66,48,19
77,10,52
66,15,56
71,41,26
73,02,32
71,47,40
72,02,06
69,57,21
59,23,01
71,15,26
72,40,46
76,31,06
72,18,37
77,46,58
74,08,29
71,55,44
78,45,29
78,49,49
73,49,02
586
80
988
560
20
300
820
250
1270
160
71
280
1212
1050
1000
472
893
115
136
325
475
225
50
110
47
197
1372
1010
582
1100
742
1709
1106
180
792
76
1450
1250
122
107
1408
199
244
740
1107
155
486
79
46
1171
(418) 275-2344 A
(450) 469-1430 G
(819) 762-8171 A
(418) 529-2599 G
(418) 947-2766 A
(418) 329-3115 GN
(819) 629-6442 A
(450) 771-0500 XG
(819) 424-2383 SX
(450) 264-6737 X
(418) 763-5511 A
(450) 831-2983 G
(418) 223-3072 GX
(418) 428-9856 GX
(418) 426-2313 A
(450) 671-8704 G
(418) 228-7127 A
(450) 778-5510 AG
(450) 357-2208 A
(418) 834-7272 SX
(418) 889-8989 G
(819) 375-4181 X
(450) 658-2041 XG
(450) 658-0266 G
(450) 467-7490 A
(450) 454-3096 G
(450) 654-0248 X
(418) 594-5271 GX
(418) 337-4905 G
(418) 588-6153 G
(819) 964-2968 X
(418) 585-3544 A
(819) 737-2296 S
(418) 962-8211 A
(819) 832-4314 A
(450) 782-3188 A
(819) 849-4023 G
(819) 876-2528 G
(819) 964-2968 X
(418) 242-2947 X
(418) 335-2981 A
(819) 377-4382 A
(819) 964-2968 X
(450) 532-2307 AG
(819) 825-6963 A
(450) 370-4770 GX
(819) 752-6560 A
(819) 895-8757 XN
(819) 978-0264 X
(819) 666-2237 X
CTQ3 50,13,50 62,06,45 0
CGD2 48,33,48 71,36,57 350
(418) 533-2316
(418) 668-8745
CSC6
CSD6
CTP3
CTY3
CTM3
CST6
CSA7
CTE3
(819) 732-4424
( 418) 589-9511
(819) 666-2332 (Summer)
(819) 459-2116
(418) 673-1312(Summer)
(819) 662-3300
(819) 472-1011
(418) 538-3866
48,29,59
49,12,15
48,21,15
45,35,09
49,56,42
48,06,36
45,51,16
50,15,48
78,07,04
68,20,26
74,06,10
75,52,05
71,08,10
75,21,57
72,23,22
63,33,02
990
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340
1310
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100
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Code
CSS7
CSU7
CTN3
CTS3
CTV2
CSA9
CTU4
CSF8
CTP4
CTD3
CSP8
CTX2
CTH6
CSH8
CSM6
CSW8
CSE6
CSB6
CSA4
CTA7
CSF9
CST8
CSE8
CST9
CSY8
CTI3
CSB9
Lat (N)
47,19,17
46,37,00
46,57,11
48,31,12
46,32,55
46,24,43
46,07,03
46,39,06
54,50,42
48,39,06
46,56,23
48,09,34
47,27,41
50,39,27
46,14,32
49,44,04
50,25,00
45,38,02
45,38,44
45,37,40
45,34,10
45,37,57
46,08,27
46,09,42
50,11,21
45,27,52
47,02,12
Long (W) Alt Fuel AOE
72,45,54 670
72,37,33 427
74,53,32 1325
76,09,45 1250
75,25,07 753
75,31,12 660
75,06,55 720
73,53,42 1190
69,52,55 1657
71,08,45 580
71,44,42 685
76,08,16 1420
72,46,52 475
68,49,22 1300
76,02,54 560
77,37,11 775
73,52,00 1229
74,58,39 130
73,35,49 40
73,27,17 30
73,40,16 42
73,46,44 65
74,38,30 800
74,35,11 771
61,45,14 35
75,40,48 125
76,32,12 1200
Telephone Su
(819) 523-2655
(819) 538-8623
(819) 623-6212
(819) 737-4684
(819) 623-6559
(819) 597-2656
(450) 662-1595
(450) 833-6836
(418) 673-1312(Summer)
(418) 673-1312(Summer)
(418) 337-2099
(819) 737-8681
(819) 523-9616
(418) 589-9511(Summer)
(819) 465-2735
(819) 739-2321
(418) 923-3236
(819) 428-2769
(514) 648-1856
(450) 655-2691
(450) 663-4311
(450) 625-1680
(819) 425-8303
(819) 425-5662
(418) 726-3657
(819) 643-5800
(819) 465-2735
CSD9
CSE9
CSB7
CSN8
CTC2
CSP9
CSW9
CSV9
CSZ9
CSM8
CSG8
CTA5
45,41,00
47,53,31
47,27,30
46,45,05
46,11,34
46,52,55
46,30,53
45,30,10
54,49,41
50,17,56
46,46,40
48,05,07
76,12,31
74,38,26
69,14,31
71,23,39
73,39,16
75,19,18
74,59,25
73,15,08
66,48,05
66,24,56
78,58,17
77,53,19
(819) 456-2981
(819) 667-2295
(418) 859-2533
(418) 871-4455
(450) 883-2387
(819) 586-2220
(819) 275-2794
(450) 658-2041
(418) 673-1312(Summer)
(418) 962-5944
(819) 627-3471
(819) 738-7437
640
1350
690
133
720
817
823
25
1616
255
884
1000
49,11,56 68,17,07 76
(418) 589-9926
47,26,36
46,21,54
49,54,00
49,53,16
48,24,00
45,29,00
52,48,22
45,23,27
50,29,46
46,59,27
48,48,31
45,41,06
45,38,09
45,34,44
45,21,00
45,31,58
45,31,57
46,13,13
45,26,47
45,27,52
53,28,58
46,52,45
46,48,26
46,48,22
46,50,15
46,50,02
48,26,28
47,51,00
51,13,16
46,07,00
46,01,52
45,46,16
50,17,17
45,26,59
46,21,19
(418) 435-2935 G
(819) 294-6656 A
(418) 748-2602
(418) 748-8242
(819) 764-5191 A
(819) 363-2245
(418) 287-5666
(450) 973-9655 A
(418) 538-2866
(418) 829-0476 A
(819) 333-4047
(450) 437-3400 A
(514) 494-2000 O
(450) 378-0189 AXN
(450) 452-3000
(514) 338-2050 A
(450) 468-3431 GA
(819) 293-2004
(819) 772-2100 B
(819) 778-2112
(819) 638-2988
(418) 845-7000 B
(418) 643-9880
(418) 648-7488
(418) 649-5870 B
(418) 623-6501
(418) 724-1111
(418) 648-7488
(418) 947-2766 P
(514) 494-2000 G
(450) 228-3451
(450) 565-2001
(418) 845-7000 A
(819) 346-1110 A
(819) 697-3333 A
70,30,59
72,23,46
74,23,00
74,24,01
71,07,01
71,40,00
67,06,08
72,45,58
59,28,50
70,49,36
79,15,06
73,55,52
73,33,44
73,45,02
74,05,00
73,42,44
73,24,42
72,38,52
75,43,35
75,44,12
75,01,53
71,11,38
71,12,42
71,12,13
71,13,31
71,17,02
68,32,33
69,32,00
58,38,36
74,18,00
74,03,12
74,01,37
66,24,35
71,52,10
72,33,49
100
31
1150
1270
451
597
2009
295
102
170
900
221
179
130
160
60
96
33
220
180
874
320
352
20
88
65
45
10
105
1250
1100
340
220
722
180
46,54,00 71,30,00 550
(418) 844-5000
48,06,13 77,48,24 1010
45,15,49 74,08,57 100
(819) 824-2711 O
(450) 377-5560 X
Unavoidable overflight
Held every two years
Abitibi-Témiscamingue – 14
Points of Interest
Cité de l’or – Val-d’Or
Fort-Témiscamingue National Historic Site –
Ville-Marie
Maison Dumulon – Rouyn-Noranda
Musée minéralogique – Malartic
Parc national d'Aiguebelle
Festivals and Special Events
March: Lake Abitibi Crossing – La Sarre
June:
Festival forestier – Senneterre
July:
Tour de l’Abitibi – Val-d’Or
August: Truck Rodeo – Notre-Dame-du-Nord
October: Festival du cinéma international – Rouyn-Noranda
Bas-Saint-Laurent – 03
Points of Interest
Canyon Portes de l’Enfer – Saint-Narcisse-de-Rimouski
Fort Ingall/Roseraie du Témiscouata – Cabano
Musée de Kamouraska
Musée de la mer – Pointe-au-Père
Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent – Rivière-du-Loup
Musée régional – Rimouski
Parc national du Bic
Phare de l’Île Verte
Festivals and Special Events
June:
Festival Rodéo Country – Rivière-du-Loup
June-July: Fêtes du Québec maritime
July:
Painting symposium – Kamouraska
September: Festijazz international – Rimouski
Cantons-de-l’Est – 08
Points of Interest
Abbey – Saint-Benoît-du-Lac
Astrolab – Notre-Dame-des-Bois
Capelton Mines – North Hatley
J.-Armand-Bombardier Museum – Valcourt
Musée des beaux-arts – Sherbrooke
Nature and Sciences Museum – Sherbrooke
Mine d’amiante à ciel ouvert – Asbestos
Parc de la Gorge-de-Coaticook
Parc national de la Yamaska
Parc national du Mont-Mégantic
Parc national du Mont-Orford
Zoo – Granby
Festivals and Special Events
February:
Grand Prix – Valcourt
Challenge sur glace du Canada – Sherbrooke
June:
International Bromont – Bromont
June-August: Orford Festival – Magog-Orford
July:
Fête du lac des Nations and Great Canadian Fireworks Fest – Sherbrooke
September: Wine Harvest Festival – Magog-Orford
Centre-du-Québec – 20
Points of Interest
Musée des Abénakis – Odanak
Musée des religions – Nicolet
Musée Laurier – Victoriaville
Village québécois d’antan – Drummondville
Festivals and Special Events
May: Festival international de musique actuelle – Victoriaville
June: Festival des fromages – Warwick
July: Hot Air Balloon Festival of Bécancour – Bécancour
Mondial des cultures – Drummondville
August: Festival du cochon – Sainte-Perpétue
Charlevoix – 05
Points of Interest
Casino – La Malbaie
Centre d’exposition – Baie-Saint-Paul
Domaine Forget – Saint-Irénée
Massif de Petite-Rivière-Saint-François
Moulins de l’Isle-aux-Coudres
Musée de Charlevoix – La Malbaie
Musée maritime de Charlevoix – Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive
Parc national des Grands-Jardins
Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie
Festivals and Special Events
February-March: Raid international Ukatak
June-August:
Domaine Forget International Music Festival – Saint-Irénée
August:
International Symposium of Contemporary Art – Baie-Saint-Paul
October:
Rallye international de Charlevoix – Charlevoix
Points of Interest
Centre des migrations – Montmagny
Domaine Joly-De Lotbinière – Sainte-Croix
Lieu historique national de la Grosse-Île-etle-Mémorial-des-Irlandais
Mine à ciel ouvert – Black Lake
Musée maritime du Québec – L’Islet-sur-Mer
Musée minéralogique et minier – Thetford Mines
Parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière – Lévis (Charny)
Parc national de Frontenac
Parc régional du Massif-du-Sud
Seigneurie des Aulnaies – Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies
Festivals and Special Events
June:
Grand prix cycliste de Beauce – Saint-Georges
La gigue en fête folk festival – Sainte-Marie*
August:
Festivent – Saint-Jean-Chrysostome
Fête des chants de marins – Saint-Jean-Port-Joli
September: World Accordion Jamboree – Montmagny
Points of Interest
Cultural and Interpretation Centre – HavreSaint-Pierre
Musée régional de la Côte-Nord – Sept-Îles
Parc national d'Anticosti
Réserve de parc national du Canada de
l’Archipel-de-Mingan
Festivals and Special Events
August: Festival Innu Nikamu – Maliotenam
Gaspésie – 02
Points of Interest
Bioparc de la Gaspésie – Bonaventure
Musée acadien du Québec – Bonaventure
Musée de la Gaspésie – Gaspé
Parc national de la Gaspésie
Parc national de l'Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé
Parc national de Miguasha
Parc national du Canada de Forillon
Phares : Cap-des-Rosiers et Pointe-à-la-Renommée
Reford Gardens – Grand-Métis
Site historique du Banc-de-Paspébiac – Paspébiac
Site historique Matamajaw - Causapscal
Festivals and Special Events
June:
Festival en chanson – Petite-Vallée
June-September: International Garden Festival – Grand-Métis
August:
Fête du vol libre – Mont-Saint-Pierre
Maximum Blues – Carleton
October:
Festival La Virée – Carleton
Îles-de-la-Madeleine – 01
Points of Interest
Îles-de-la-Madeleine
La Grave – Havre-Aubert
Musée de la mer – Havre-Aubert
Festivals and Special Events
August: Sand Castle Contest – Havre-Aubert
September: Islands Cup – Cap-aux-Meules
October: Festival international Conte en Îles –
Fatima
Lanaudière – 10
Points of Interest
Île des Moulins – Terrebonne
Musée d’art – Joliette
Parc des Chutes-Dorwin – Rawdon
Parc des Chutes-Monte-à-Peine-et-des-Dalles –
Saint-Jean-de-Matha
Parc national du Mont-Tremblant
Parc régional des Sept-Chutes – Saint-Zénon
Festivals and Special Events
June-July: Festival international de Lanaudière – Joliette
July:
Festival Mémoire et racines – Saint-Charles-Borromée
August: International Junior Tennis Open of Canada – Repentigny
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To learn how to obtain these charts and documents from
authorized aeronautical chart agents, contact:
Points of Interest
Centre de villégiature Mont-Tremblant
Centre d’exposition – Mont-Laurier
Musée d’art contemporain des Laurentides –
Saint-Jérôme
Parc national d'Oka
Festivals and Special Events
January:
Ericsson World Cup Freestyle Fest – Mont-Tremblant
June-July: Classique internationale de Blainville – Blainville
July:
Tremblant International Blues Festival – Mont-Tremblant
Festival des arts – Saint-Sauveur
July-August: 1001 pots – Val-David
Laval – 19
Points of Interest
Cosmodôme
Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles
Festivals and Special Events
July-August: Festival de Trois
August:
Festival des petits trains
L’Estival de Sainte-Rose
Manicouagan – 16
Points of Interest
Archéo-Topo – Les Bergeronnes
Barrage Daniel-Johnson – Manic-Cinq
Centre d’interprétation des mammifères marins – Tadoussac
Centre d’interprétation et d’observation du Cap-de-Bon-Désir
Phare de Pointe-des-Monts – Baie-Trinité
Festivals and Special Events
June: Festival de la chanson – Tadoussac
Symposium de peinture – Baie-Comeau
July: Festival du crabe – Chute-aux-Outardes
Pow Wow – Essipit
Mauricie – 07
Points of Interest
Cité de l’énergie – Shawinigan
Les Forges-du-Saint-Maurice National Historic Site –
Trois-Rivières
Parc national du Canada de la Mauricie
Québec Museum of Folk Culture – Trois-Rivières
Sanctuaire de Notre-Dame-du-Cap –
Cap-de-la-Madeleine
Vieux-Trois-Rivières
Festivals and Special Events
July:
Festival de théâtre de rue – Shawinigan
August:
Grand Prix – Trois-Rivières
September: Classique internationale de canots de la Mauricie – Shawinigan
Festival western – Saint-Tite
October: Festival international de la poésie – Trois-Rivières
NAV CANADA
Aeronautical Publications
Sales and Distribution Unit
P.O. Box 9840, Station T
Ottawa ON K1G 6S8
Canada Air Pilot
Instruments
Procedures Québec
Tel.: 1 866 731-7827
Fax: 1 866 740-9992
E-Mail: [email protected]
Web: www.navcanada.ca
www.ecofly.org
f l y @ e c o f l y. o r g
Tel.: 1 866 530-4772
is dedicated to the development and promotion of a
network of all-season destinations for adventure tourism
and ecotourism. Aerotourism circuits and stops are
designed to attract tourist pilots from Canada, the
United States and Europe.
These pilots must:
make sure they have enough fuel (fuel is not available at all airfields and water aerodromes, particularly
in remote regions);
if possible, equip the aircraft with a C-mode beacon;
make sure that all crew and passengers wear or bring warm clothing able to withstand the temperatures they would be exposed to in
the event of an emergency landing;
have the minimum equipment required on board aircrafts operated in remote regions, including:
1 metal fuel funnel with a water separating filter;
1 container of oil;
1 small portable semi-rotary pump for drum refuelling;
have the tools and parts needed for minor repairs to the engine and airframe.
Everything You Want to Know
About Québec
If Nunavik interests you
www.bonjourquebec.com
1 877 BONJOUR (1 877 266-5687)
stop first in Inuit villages where certain basic services, such as
accommodation, food and fuel, are available;
contact the Nunavik Tourist Association by phone at
1 888 594-3224 or by e-mail at
[email protected]
Questions?
Information on the following is available at the phone number
or Web address given below:
Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs);
ground and flight safety;
air carriers.
Transport Canada
General Aviation
Tel.: (514) 633-3297
Web: www.tc.gc.ca
Festivals and Special Events
June-July: Valleyfield Regatta – Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
July:
Festival de la gibelotte – Sorel-Tracy
August: International Balloon Festival – Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Montréal – 12
Points of Interest
Biodôme
Botanical Garden
Casino
Fine Arts Museum
Musée d’art contemporain
Parc du Mont-Royal
Parc Jean-Drapeau
Parc olympique
Saint Joseph’s Oratory
Vieux-Montréal
Festivals and Special Events
January-February: Fête des neiges
February:
Montréal High Lights Festival
May -June:
Festival de théâtre des Amériques*
Women’s World Cup Cycling Event
June:
Canada Grand Prix
June-July:
Montréal International Jazz Festival
July:
Just for Laughs Festival
July-August:
Les Francofolies
Divers/cité Montréal – Gay and Lesbian Pride Celebration
August:
Tennis Masters Canada/Rogers AT&T Cup
Molson Indy Montréal
August-September: World Film Festival
October:
Black & Blue Festival
Montréal International Festival New Cinema New Media
Nord-du-Québec – 18
Points of Interest
Daniel Weetaluktuk Museum – Inukjuak
Mining Centre – Chibougamau
Monts Torngat
Parc national des Pingualuit
Robert-Bourassa Facility – Radisson
Outaouais – 13
Points of Interest
Canadian Museum of Civilization – Gatineau
Casino – Gatineau
Parc de la Gatineau
Parc national de Plaisance
Parc Oméga – Montebello
Laurentides – 11
ECOfly INTERNATIONAL
More experienced pilots visiting more remote regions
Points of Interest
Centre de la nature – Mont-Saint-Hilaire
Exporail – Saint-Constant
Fort-Chambly National Historic Site – Chambly
Fort-Lennox National Historic Site – Saint-Paul-de-l’Îleaux-Noix
Maison nationale des Patriotes – Saint-Denis
Parc archéologique de la Pointe-du-Buisson – Beauharnois
(Melocheville)
Parc national du Mont-Saint-Bruno
Parc Safari 2002 – Hemmingford
Pointe-du-Moulin Historic Park – Île Perrot
Vaudreuil-Soulanges Regional Museum – Vaudreuil
Duplessis – 17
Chaudière-Appalaches – 06
Always inquire about weather conditions and forecasts.
Consult Flight Planning from NAV CANADA at www.navcanada.ca.
Always check the NOTAMs.
Don’t forget to file and close your flight plan.
Keep away from demonstrations or air show zones and permanent
restriction zones.
Make sure you have the latest edition of aeronautical publications.
Because of the climate and isolation of this region, it is preferable to:
Canada Flight
Supplement
(CFS and WAS)
Québec offers an astounding
variety of natural and cultural
attractions. And when it comes
time to celebrate, its 20 regions
have no lack of imagination.
Here's a selection of the most
attractive sites and most popular
events that are yours to discover
in Québec throughout the year.
For Your Safety
Index of VFR aeronautical charts (Scale 1:500 000)
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Name
Lac-à-Beauce
Lac-à-la-Tortue
Lac Beauregard
Lac Berthelot
Lac-des-Écorces
Lac-des-Îles
Lac Gagnon
Lac Kaiagamac
Lac Pau (Caniapiscau)
Lac Sébastien
Lac Sept-Îles
Lac Trévet
La Tuque
Manicouagan/Lac Louise
Maniwaki/Blue Sea Lake
Matagami
Mistassini
Montebello
Montréal/Boisvert & fils
Montréal/Boucherville
Montréal/Delco Aviation
Montréal/Marina Venise
Mont-Tremblant/Lac Duhamel
Mont-Tremblant/Lac Ouimet
Natashquan (Lac de l'avion)
Ottawa/Gatineau
Parc de La Vérendrye
(Le Domaine)
Parc Gatineau
Parent
Pohénégamook
Québec/Lac Saint-Augustin
Saint-Alphonse/Lac Cloutier
Sainte-Anne-du-Lac
Sainte-Véronique
Saint-Mathias
Schefferville/Squaw Lake
Sept-Îles/Lac des Rapides
Témiscaming/Lac Kipawa
Val-d'Or/Hydrobase
Piché-Dubuisson
300 16 Baie-Comeau/
CSN9
Héli-Manicouagan
301 05 Baie-Saint-Paul
CTD4
302 20 Bécancour
CSV3
303 18 Chibougamau
CSB4
304 18 Chibougamau (HQ)
CSE2
305 15 Chicoutimi (HQ)
CHQ2
306 08 East Angus
CSG2
307 17 Fermont
CSD5
308 08 Granby/Artopex Plus
CTR4
309 17 Harrington Harbour
CTH5
310 04 Île d'Orléans
CSR5
311 14 La Sarre
CSL2
312 11 Montréal (Bell)
CSW5
313 12 Montréal East (AIM)
CSH9
314 19 Montréal/Laval (Artopex Plus) CLP2
315 09 Montréal/Les Cèdres
CSH6
316 12 Montréal (Sacré-Cœur)
CSZ8
317 09 Montréal/Saint-Hubert Hélicraft CTG2
318 20 Nicolet
CSK9
319 13 Ottawa/Gatineau (Casino)
CTA9
320 13 Ottawa/Hull (ExpressAir)
CTH4
321 18 Poste Lemoyne (Complexe LG-3) CSY6
322 04 Québec/Beauport
CTS2
323 04 Québec (Complexe H)
CSZ2
324 04 Québec (Garde côtière)
CTJ2
325 04 Québec/Hôpital de l'Enfant-Jésus CTJ5
326 04 Québec (SQ)
CSQ2
327 03 Rimouski (HQ )
CSR4
328 03 Rivière-du-Loup
CSS2
329 17 Saint-Augustin
CTH9
330 11 Sainte-Agathe (AIM)
CSV2
331 11 Sainte-Marguerite
CSF6
332 11 Saint-Jérôme (HQ)
CSZ6
333 17 Sept-Îles (HQ)
CTA2
334 08 Sherbrooke (CHUS)/Désourdy CSG7
335 07 Trois-Rivières (Centre
CTP6
hospitalier Sainte-Marie)
336 04 Valcartier/
CYOY
(W/C J.H.L. (Joe) Lecomte)
337 14 Val-d'Or/L'Escale
CTR5
338 09 Valleyfield (Ciment Deval inc.) CSY5
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200 17 Aguanish
201 15 Alma (Rivière la
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202 14 Amos (Lac Figuery)
203 16 Baie-Comeau
204 07 Barrage Gouin
205 13 Cascades
206 15 Chute-des-Passes/Lac Margane
207 07 Clova/Lac Duchamp
208 20 Drummondville
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Land of Contrasts and Diversity
Montérégie – 09
Before you leave, take a look at the tourist guide for the region
you are planning to visit or go to www.bonjourquebec.com.
The website provides all kinds of information on what there is
to do and see across Québec. You can even reserve
accommodations, buy tickets for shows, rent a car and much
more!
(Toll-free from Canada and the United States)
Tourist Information Centres
Festivals and Special Events
February: Winterlude – Gatineau
Keskinada Loppet – Gatineau
May:
Canadian Tulip Festival – Gatineau
July-August: Casino du Lac-Leamy Sound of Light – Gatineau
August:
Upper Gatineau Whitewater Festival – Maniwaki
September: Hot Air Balloon Festival – Gatineau
Région de Québec – 04
Points of Interest
Canyon Sainte-Anne – Sainte-Anne de Beaupré
Île d’Orléans
Jardin zoologique du Québec – Charlesbourg (Québec)
Musée de la civilisation – Québec
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec – Québec
Parc Aquarium du Québec – Sainte-Foy (Québec)
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency
Parc des Champs-de-Bataille – Québec
Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier
Port de Québec
Shrine – Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré
Vieux-Québec
Festivals and Special Events
January-February: Québec Winter Carnival
February:
Québec Festiglace The North Face – Pont-Rouge
June:
Festival d’humour de Québec Le Grand Rire Bleue
Mountain Bike World Cup – Mont-Sainte-Anne
Québec City Horse Show
July:
Québec City Summer Festival
July-August:
Grands Feux Loto-Québec
August:
Fêtes de la Nouvelle-France
International Festival of Military Bands
Québec Air Show*
October-November: Challenge Bell
December-January: Québec City Celebrates Christmas
Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean – 15
Points of Interest
Fjord du Saguenay
La Pulperie – Saguenay
Les Grands Jardins – Normandin
Musée amérindien – Mashteuiatsh
Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon
Parc national des Monts-Valin
Parc national du Saguenay
Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park
Site de la Nouvelle-France – Saint-Félix-d’Otis
Village historique – Val-Jalbert
Zoo sauvage – Saint-Félicien
Festivals and Special Events
February: Carnaval Souvenir – Saguenay
July: Les dix jours Western – Dolbeau-Mistassini
Lac Saint-Jean International Swimming Marathon – Roberval
August: Festival de la montgolfière – Saguenay
Touring Québec by air is a practical tool for discovering
the variety of airport and tourist facilities available and
for helping you choose a Québec destination.
Touring Québec by air includes a list of airport infrastructures,
useful aeronautical information for pilots and a description
of Québec’s tourist regions and main attractions.
QUICK REFERENCE
CANPASS Processing Centre
Tel.: (514) 350-6137
CANPASS Reporting Centre
Tel.: 1 888 226-7277
NAV CANADA
www.navcanada.ca
Tel.: 1 800 876-4693
Parks Canada
www.pc.gc.ca
Tel.: 1 888 773-8888
Société de la faune et
des parcs du Québec
www.fapaq.gouv.qc.ca
Tel. : 1 800 561-1616
Tourisme Québec
www.bonjourquebec.com
Tel.: 1 877 266-5687
Transport Canada
www.tc.gc.ca
Tel.: (514) 633-3297
For additional copies, phone the Direction des
communications toll free at 1 888 355-0511 or write
to the mail or e-mail address below:
Montréal
1255, rue Peel
Peel
(at the corner of Sainte-Catherine)
Québec City
12, rue Sainte-Anne
(across from the Château Frontenac)
Direction des communications
Ministère des Transports du Québec
700, boul. René-Lévesque Est, 27e étage
Québec (Québec) G1R 5H1
E-mail: [email protected]
www.mtq.gouv.qc.ca
The data in the aerotourism map were up to date at the
time of printing.
This map must not be used
as an aeronautical chart
The Canadian engineer John A.D. McCurdy made the first flight over
Canadian soil on February 23, 1909. He took off from the frozen surface
of Bras d'Or Lake, near Baddeck, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, aboard
the biplane " Silver Dart" .
Did you know?
Customs procedures have been simplified
The CANPASS program makes border crossing easier for
low-risk travellers.
This program is available to citizens and permanent residents
of Canada and to citizens and foreign residents of the
United States who meet the eligibility criteria for visitors
to Canada.
CANPASS members can cross the border without direct
intervention by customs officials. Clearance of private
aircraft is handled through a telephone reporting system.
The number to dial is 1 888 CANPASS
(1 888 226-7277).
Clearance of private aircraft whose crew and passengers
are not holders of CANPASS permits is also handled
through a telephone reporting system. The number to
dial is 1 888 CANPASS (1 888 226-7277), but the
reporting procedure is different from that for CANPASS
members.
For more information contact:
CANPASS Processing Centre
400, place D'Youville
Montréal (Québec) H2Y 2C2
Tel.: (514) 350-6137
Fr e n c h o r E n g l i s h m ay b e u s e d i n a e r o n a u t i c a l
communications.
This document was produced by the Service du transport aérien in
collaboration with the Service de la géomatique, and published by the
Direction des communications of the ministère des Transports du Québec,
March 2004.
Graphic design: Iris Design
Photos:
Archives nationales du Canada
Ministère des Transports du Québec
Tourisme Québec
Total or partial reproduction is prohibited unless written permission is
obtained from the ministère des Transports du Québec.
A passion for flying...
Of the two Wright brothers,
Orville (1871-1948) was the one
who made the first flight at
10:35 on the morning of
December 17, 1903. The flight
took place in Kitty Hawk, North
Carolina, and the plane was the
"Flyer", which had a 16-horsepower
engine and two propellers. It was
Wilbur (1867-1912) who made the first turn in the air, on
September 15, 1904, and a complete circle five days later.
Touring
Québec
by air

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