See Ontario from the air! There are scenic flight options at Tillsonburg Regional Airport, home of the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association (CHAA) and the Tillsonburg Flying School.
Fly in a Harvard
Would you like to experience flying in a restored World War II training aircraft? The Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association can make that dream a reality. Join them for a backseat ride in a Harvard, Yale or Tiger Moth aircraft. For prices and available dates, visit the Harvard website.
Long Point Scenic Eco-Tours
Enjoy a one-hour flight over the famous Long Point ecosystem. The flight path takes you from Tillsonburg to Port Rowan and out over Long Point's inner bay. From there you'll fly along the shore of Lake Erie, over the Lake Erie Wind Farm and over to Port Burwell and Aylmer. For more information, contact the Tillsonburg Flying School.
Looking for a new home? The Tillsonburg Regional Airport has the space you need to build your private or commercial hangar.
- Open year round
- Low land lease rates
- Low maintenance fees and operating costs
- On-site amenities and services
We are committed to providing a welcome environment for you and your aircraft. Please contact the Airport Manager for more details.
The Tillsonburg Regional Airport is a Canada Customs Airport of Entry and we welcome all international flights. However, prior notification to CANPASS is required for all out-of-country flights planning to land in Tillsonburg. Please contact CANPASS at 1.888.226.7277 for process information.
Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is also available to attend at CYTB on a cost recovery basis. Prior notice is required. Please contact the airport for more information.
London Flight Information Centre (FIC) serves Tillsonburg Regional Airport.
- 866-WXBRIEF (Toll Free within Canada)
- 866-541-4104 (Toll Free within Canada and US)
The airport and airspace are uncontrolled and communication is broadcast to "Tillsonburg Unicom and Tillsonburg Traffic" on 123.0 Mhz.
Unicom is available for advisories and current conditions during limited hours.
The airport is served by RNAV approaches to both runway ends, published in the Canada Air Pilot and Restricted Canada Air Pilot. Arriving by air, the airport is located 15nm from the London (YXU) VOR in the 119 radial at N42º 55' 39" W80º 44' 49".
|Location||N42 55 39 W80 44 49|
|Runway 08/26||5,502 ft x 100 ft Asphalt|
|Runway 14/32||2,258 ft x 75 ft Turf|
|Runway 02/20||2,348 ft x 75 ft Turk|
|Lighting||ARCAL 123.0 Mhz, Type J|
|Fuel||100LL Jet A1 with Prist|