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Clyde River CYCY

CARS Office:               867-924-6344, operations@atsservices.ca

Airport Maintainer:    867-924-6344, ycymaintainer@gmail.com

Fuel Supplier:             867-924-6087/6088, ppdoperations@gov.nu.ca

Introduction

The Clyde River airport has one gravel runway, taxiway and apron. The runway (02/20) is 3501 feet in length by 100 feet in width.

Airport Description

The airport has:

  • one gravel runway, taxiway and apron
  • runway (02/20) is 3501 feet in length by 100 feet in width

Operating Conditions

The airport is available for:

  • 24 hours, seven days per week
  • both Day and Night VFR and IFR operations

Hours of Operation

The airport has operational staff on-site during regular published hours. Call-out procedures are available outside of regular working hours.

Critical Aircraft

  • The critical (design) aircraft: ATR-42-500
  • Aircraft Group Number: IIIA (Code 2C under TP312 4th Ed.)
  • Aircraft larger than the critical aircraft may operate, but must comply with the Canadian Aviation Regulations

Weather and Aircraft Advisory Services

The airport weather and aircraft advisory services are provided by the Community Aerodrome Radio Station (CARS). The CARS service is managed by Nav Canada. The hours of operation are listed in the Canada Flight Supplement and where noted, services outside normal hours may be available upon call-out request.

The Mandatory Frequency and Air Traffic Frequency at this airport is: 122.1 MHz

Exemptions / Deviations / Authorizations

Exemptions and deviations from TP312, and other authorizations approved by the Minister, are held on file at Rankin Inlet Headquarters.

Listing of exemptions / deviations / authorizations

1. Runway edge lights installed higher than standard (70 cm or approx. 27 inches high located 5 feet outside runway edge).

2. Unlit hydro poles approximately 40' AGL (120' ASL) both sides of runway along first 650' of runway 02 penetrate transitional surface.

3. Tails of large aircraft parked within 30 feet of western apron edge penetrate transitional surface.