The Princeton Regional Airport has undergone significant improvements including the installation of a fully automated fueling system and a modern terminal building.
The Ray Jarvis Terminal Building was completed in 2010 and dedicated to Town of Princeton Councillor Ray Jarvis in recognition of his outstanding commitment to the development of the Princeton Regional Airport.
The terminal building is 1,500 square feet comprising of a main lounge, washrooms, two offices and a board room. The main room is fitted with a kitchenette and vending machines and the building is supplied with an open Wifi network. Access to the terminal building is through an external air side security keypad.
The Princeton Regional Airport is owned and operated by the Town of Princeton. A committee, appointed by Town of Princeton Council, provide strategic advice for operations and improvements for the airport.
The Princeton Regional Airport is equipped with a fully automated, credit card (MasterCard, Visa and Amex) activated self re-fueling system offering Avgas 100LL (13,500 litre capacity) and Jet A fuels (20,000 litre capacity).
While we endeavor to publish the most current fuel pricing on our website, you may wish to call the Town of Princeton at 250-295-3135 to confirm.
Nav Canada, the country's civil air navigation services provider, is a private sector, non-share capital corporation financed through publicly-traded debt. NavCanada, through contract, maintains a weather station at the Princeton Regional Airport.
The Princeton Weather Office is staffed 7 days a week from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. (winter) and 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. (summer). Office staff can be contacted during business hours at Tel: 250-295-7400
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The Princeton Regional Airport maintains a courtesy car available for use by incoming pilots and their passengers.
The vehicle can be booked and keys picked up from the Ray Jarvis Terminal Building at the airport. The service is based on the honor system – we ask that you return the vehicle to its original location with the same amount of fuel that you left with.
A courtesy car is a great way to visit downtown Princeton and take advantage of all of its services.
Alternatively, should the courtesy car be booked, you can call Princeton Taxi at 250-295-2727.
The Princeton Regional Airport offers overnight and extended parking free of charge.
Tie downs are available. Limited open hangar space is available for short periods;
contact the Town Office at 250-295-3135 for details.