Yes, the city of Kingston has its own airport, which is also known as Norman Rogers Airport. If you’re in Kingston and you want to fly to Toronto, you can do so from Kingston’s Norman Rogers Airport.
History of Kingston Airport
With its roots dating back to the 1940s when it started as a flight training centre for the military, it was bought by the City of Kingston in 1974 and has been managed by the City ever since. The terminal at the airport was built in 1976. Watch the video at this page to get a fuller picture of the history of the airport.
Fast forward to 2019, Kingston’s Norman Rogers Airport has seven daily flights between Kingston and Ontario. The carrier which services these flights is Air Canada with over 70,000 people traveling through the airport annually.
Kingston Airport Expansion Project
Kingston’s Norman Rogers Airport has grown in size, and in April 2018, an expansion project worth $16.1 Million was started to help increase the number of passengers, which could fly in and out of Kingston, with the goal of developing the economy of the city and that of Eastern Ontario.
Major milestones were achieved throughout 2018, including paving of the north-south runway in October 2018 and in November 2018, the completion of the extension of the runway. Read the story at The Kingston Whig-Standard to find out more about this achievement in November. In June 2019, the airport’s terminal building was announced as being fully functioning. If you’re interested, you can keep up to date with developments of the airport at this page.
Flights between Kingston and Toronto
You can check arrivals between Kingston and Toronto at this page and departures between the two Ontario cities here.
Address of Kingston’s Norman Rogers Airport:
1114 Len Birchall Way,
Contact details for Kingston Airport:
Phone number: 613-389-6404
Email address: email@example.com
Opening times of Kingston Airport:
The terminal is open everyday from 4 am until the last flight of the day.