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As of 23 March Greenwood CAFB has been closed to general aviation because 14 Wing is on essential services only. Due to the current Covid-19 emergency,  only essential personnel are  allowed on the Base and this prohibits any operations at the Greenwood Air Park. 

Air Show Atlantic 2019

CFB Greenwood – 31 August and 1 September

Atlantic School of Skydiving is on Halifax Terminal frequency 118.7 during  operations at New Scotland airfield, South Maitland. If they are in the air, terminal will know and   a NOTAM is filed each day before operations. Mostly jumping is from 10,000 feet , parachutes are normally in the air within 3 miles of the airfield […]

 Letter to the Editor – Chronicle Herald –  7 August 2014 Counterpoint: Winging it on waterville airport move

 Interview by Rick Howe of News 95.7 fm of Ian Patrick on the Airport Closure Audio Archive with Ian’s interview at the beginning

On 26th July the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) of the King County Council, Mr. MacEwan, posted a disertata and proposals (22 pages) called ‘Airport Relocation Stategy’ for the council to consider. You can read it at – Click Here for direct link On the 29th of July In a four hour session, discussion among the […]

Introducing Aviation to the young people of the Annapolis Valley. A Contest April 15 through May 15, 2014. More details on the Introductory Page (pdf) A pdf version of this poster is here.  Free PDF Reader (32 Mb) (documents updated 24 Apr 2014)

Event: 10 March -The Kings County Council had voted to close the Waterville Airport on 30 Sept 2014 See – Closure Announcement here The AVFA met on the 16th of March in Waterville to discuss what to do as a result of the Kings County Council’s decision to close the Waterville Airport next September. There […]

 On Monday, March 10, 2014, the Kings County Municipal Council met in a closed meeting and then voted to close the Waterville (Kings County Airport). No reasons have been given for the closing other than to say it will make way for a ‘possible’ expansion of the Michelin Tire Plant.  The council seems to keep […]