Introduction

Charlo Airport is located at Charlo, New Brunswick, Canada and serves a large portion of northern New Brunswick and the south shore of Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula. Charlo Airport Commission Inc., the not-for-profit owner and operator of Charlo Airport, is under the direction of a thirteen member volunteer Board of Directors.

On a larger scale, the Charlo Airport Commission views its role as a key facilitator in linking the economic needs and growth opportunities of northeastern New Brunswick with various business activities of the air transportation community. The Commission also believes its role as a catalyst in regional economic development being complementary and concurrent to other regional development programs.

This is made possible through the Commission's direct involvement with transportation, industry contacts and its ability to work effectively as a service provider to both the marketplace and transportation companies.

Charlo Airport features an 1,800 meter (6000 foot) all weather runway capable of accommodating flights ranging from small General Aviation aircraft to corporate and mid sized jets. State-of-the-art navigational aids and bilingual Nav Canada service enable it to be used as an alternate airport by airlines serving other locations on a regular basis during inclement weather conditions.

Its runway length and facilities will allow for further growth in transportation and business development at Charlo Airport. For full operational details, access the Canada Flight Supplement information on this web site.

Background Data

Because of our centralized location, flat terrain and freedom from fog, CHARLO was considered to be a natural site for a regional airport from its earliest days.

The Airport is strategically located to serve communities in North Eastern New Brunswick from Bathurst to Saint-Quentin and the Quebec Coast from Matapedia to Bonaventure.

Charlo Airport is also equipped with a Just Mobility Lift to serve our passengers who require assistance in boarding and deplaning the aircraft.