ⓘ Kingston Norman Rogers Airport

                                     

ⓘ Kingston Norman Rogers Airport

Kingston Airport, also known as Norman Rogers Airport, is an airport located 4.3 nautical miles west of the core of Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

The airport is named after former MP Norman McLeod Rogers Kingston city 1935-1940, the Minister of labour and then national defence in Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie kings office. Rogers died in a plane crash on June 10 1940 while flying from Ottawa to Toronto to speak.

                                     
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  • Norman McLeod Rogers PC July 25, 1894 June 10, 1940 was a Canadian lawyer and statesman. He served as the member of parliament for Kingston Ontario
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  • 4 km 5.9 mi west northwest of Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Kingston Norman Rogers Airport Nav Canada s Water Aerodrome Supplement. Effective 0901Z 25
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  • of Kingston Ontario. The area is bordered by Collins Bay on the north and west sides, Lake Ontario on the south and Kingston Norman Rogers Airport on
  • field. The airport was closed in 1942 after a crash. After World War II, the Kingston Flying Club resumed operations at Norman Rogers Airport west of the