our airport



N44°13.58′ / W76°35.80′

Elevation: 303 feet MSL.

Magnetic Variation: 13° West



Kingston’s Norman Rogers Airport is fully equipped to combine the best qualities of a training airport with the busy movements of scheduled air services, playing host to military, search-and-rescue, private jets, and more on any given day.

The airport offers two runways with a length of 4000 and 6000 feet respectively, and is serviced by a Nav Canada Flight Service Station (FSS). Recent infrastructure upgrades have allowed the Kingston airport to publish four new RNAV approaches – one for each runway. Complementing the airport’s traditional approaches, these IFR procedures give pilots greater flexibility when selecting an alternate, “bad-weather” airport. The IFR approaches are also an excellent training tool, allowing the Kingston Flying Club to offer more flexible and constructive training to candidates seeking a Group 1 or Group 3 instrument rating.

The Kingston Airport is also ideally located relative to the United States. Why wait hours to cross the border by car when Watertown, New York is a 20-minute flight away? Beat the rush and cross the border in style. New York City, Boston, and other East Coast destinations are just a few hours away.

The Kingston Flying Club also offers services to transiting pilots. With competitive rates for 100LL avgas, lots of hangar space, and special hotel rates, we can accommodate you and your aircraft. Tie-down wires are available on the ramp in front of the Flying Club at no additional charge. See the Staying In Kingston section of our website for more detail.