ⓘ Airdrie Aerodrome

                                     

ⓘ Airdrie Aerodrome

The aerodrome was used as the primary relief landing field for No. 3 Service Flying Training School SFTS during World War II. No. 3 SFTS was based out of RCAF Station Lincoln Park in Calgary.

About 1942, the airfield was listed at 51°16 n 113°56 West longitude with var. 24 ° E and an altitude of 3650. The airfield was set with three bands as follows:

                                     
  • for No.3 SFTS was located near the community of Airdrie Alberta. In approximately 1942 the aerodrome was listed at 51 16 N 113 56 W 51.267 N 113
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  • been due to a shortage of paint, or because the trams went to Brockworth Aerodrome a sensitive military area. This all - grey livery lasted until the system s
  • Coordinates  Airdrie Aerodrome CEF4 Airdrie 51 15 50 N 113 56 04 W 51.26389 N 113.93444 W 51.26389 - 113.93444 Airdrie Aerodrome Calgary International
  • Airport Bow Island AB CEF4 Airdrie Aerodrome Airdrie AB CEF8 Hay River Water Aerodrome Hay River NT CEF9 Tincup Lake Water Aerodrome Tincup Wilderness Lodge
  • Old school house and current gift shop The hamlet is served by DeBolt Aerodrome TC LID: CFG4 located 1 NM 1.9 km 1.2 mi north of the community.
  • northern shore of the river, while Fort Vermilion Wop May Memorial Aerodrome is located 2.3 nautical miles 4.3 km 2.6 mi east northeast of the hamlet
  • for the last four weeks of their course radio, bombing, and gunnery Airdrie Alberta - R1 for No. 3 SFTS Calgary Alliston, Ontario - R2 for No. 1 SFTS
  • Silver Stars on display or in flyable condition: Alberta 21081 is near Airdrie Alberta, in the yard of a private owner. There are approximately 7 CT - 133 s