A warm welcome to all pilots and visitors! This website is here to assist local and transient pilots, as well as the general public, in learning more about the Kaslo Community Airport (CBR2) in Kaslo, British Columbia, Canada.
We are only two and a half hours’ flight from Vancouver, and half of that from Calgary, Kamloops or Spokane. Getting here will take you over some of the most fantastic mountainscapes in southern BC.
The Kaslo airport is an uncertified, registered aerodrome with no terminal or gas availability. It is operated during daylight hours and has no staff. In the event of an emergency, the fire department can be contacted by phone at 250-353-2314.
The airport is owned by the Village of Kaslo and is located on Kaslo West Road, along the south side of the narrow mountain valley of the Kaslo River. Airport facilities include a single paved runway 3,842 feet (1,171 m) in length and 60 feet wide, with the apron area located at the northeast corner. Three windsocks are located along the runway.
The airport is managed by the Kaslo Community Airport Management Corporation (KCAMC), with a mandate to make this airport a safe, secure and friendly place to fly in and out of. We will be making improvements over our 5-year operating agreement with the Village of Kaslo.
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To learn more about our plans for the airport you can download the Kaslo Airport Sustainable Strategic Plan (executive summary PDF).
We are happy to answer any of your aviation-related questions or address any issues or concerns you may have regarding the airport. Please feel free to contact us with your suggestions, support, or to put Kaslo on your list of flight plans.
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