The Princeton Regional Airport (CYDC) located in Princeton, British Columbia Canada, consists of a 3,932 foot x 75 foot runway, apron, automated fuel dispensing (100 Avgas and Jet A), modern terminal building, aircraft parking (with tie downs), private hangar space and commercial buildings. The airport is only 2 minutes from downtown Princeton via an onsite courtesy car.
The Town of Princeton is a modern community and perfect place for business and leisure travels. Visit the Town of Princeton official website at www.princeton.ca for visitor information, leisure activities and information about the Town.
Owned and operated by the Town of Princeton, Princeton Regional Airport has undergone significant improvements and development over the last four years thanks to a visionary municipal council and an active and dedicated Airport Committee.
Quick facts about the Princeton Regional Airport (CYDC):
Type: Airport (Airfield)
Latitude: 49°28'05"N (49.468056) Longitude: 120°30'41"W (-120.511388)
Datum: WGS 1984
Elevation: 2,298 ft (700 m)
Runway Length: 3,932 × 75 ft (1,199 × 23 m), paved
Fuel: Avgas 100LL and Jet A
Modern terminal building with free WiFi; limited winter maintenance; no landing fees; tie downs; free courtesy cars.
The Princeton Regional Airport is home to the Princeton International Air Show.
The Princeton Regional Airport continues to grow; plans for hangars and a residential air park are under way.
Emergency Telephone: 250-295-6134
Ray Jarvis Terminal Building
153 Airport Road
Mailing: PO Box 670, Princeton, BC V0X 1W0