Runway Rehabilitation Program


Charlottetown Airport Authority Completes Rehabilitation on Runway 03-21

On Monday, October 22, construction on Runway 03-21 at the Charlottetown Airport was completed and the first aircraft to use the rehabilitated surface landed. The runway work, which began mid-April, was a critical infrastructure project valued at $18 million making it the largest infrastructure investment in the Airport’s history. “Our main runway is once again…

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Charlottetown Airport Authority Receives Funding for Runway Project

Earlier today at an event in the Charlottetown Airport, the Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, on behalf of the Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, announced $8.1 million in funding for the Charlottetown Airport’s Runway 03-21 & Associated Taxiways project. Minister MacAulay was joined by Charlottetown MP Sean Casey to make the…

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Charlottetown Airport Authority Begins Rehabilitation of Runway 03-21

The Charlottetown Airport Authority (CAA) started work on the rehabilitation of Runway 03-21 last week. This is the final piece of a 3-year Runway Improvement Program that started in 2016. The runway will be closed to traffic later this week until November and will only be available for aircraft taxiing. All traffic will utilize the…

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