Prince Edward Flying Club (CNT7)

“I think it is a pity to lose the romantic side of flying and simply to accept it as a common means of transport.” – Amy Johnson

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IMPORTANT NOTE TO PILOTS: Prior Permission Required

Quinte - Flight 53 (Prince Edward Flying Club)                                      

Picton Airport is a Prior Permission Required (PPR) airport, and operates as a private aerodrome. The airport is sometimes used for other activities so please check NOTAMs for details. The aerodrome is available for users of the Prince Edward Flying Club and pilots operating private aircraft, provided they receive PPR to land.  Base 31 does not operate any aircraft maintenance nor have any refueling facilities. Periodically the private aerodrome is closed to flight activities for events occurring on or near the runways. 

Pilots seeking to land at the Base 31 aerodrome must seek prior permission to land by emailing: Landing and tie-down fees may be applied. PPR will be granted between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Permission to land on weekends must be arranged in advance. NOTE: PPR is not required for Fly-in events. 

We will mark a very special 70th anniversary in 2023. Interested in joining our Club and helping plan our platinum anniversary celebrations? Visit our Contact Page to complete and mail your Membership Application.

How To Find Us!

Set your waypoints for the Prince Edward Flying Club:

Airport Identifier: CNT7                                             Airport Elevation:   465 ft               Magnetic Variation: 12W

Latitude (N):   43 59 21
Longitude (W):   77 08 21


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President's Blog

President, Mike Layzell, has had a number of discussions with PEC Community Partners, Inc., the new owners of Picton Airport, to learn more about their development plans for the site. Stay tuned for updates over the coming months.


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Looking Ahead to 2023

Our 2022 Fly-in Breakfasts and other events/activities are now history, and we'd like to thank all of you who participated, and helped to support our efforts to bring together the aviation community once again.

Speaking of history, 2023 marks our Club's 70th anniversary, and we are excited to start developing a number of initiatives and events to celebrate this important milestone. Stay tuned for news and updates on what we have in store. In the meantime, stay safe this fall and winter, and stay healthy.