Kingston Airport

Kingston Airport, also known as Norman Rogers Airport, is in Kingston, Ontario. Positioned where the St. Lawrence River meets Lake Ontario, this small airport is 10 kilometres or about 20 minutes from the city centre of Kingston. It's a historic city, lying equal distances from Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa. It was recently awarded as one of the most intelligent communities in the world. The city is known as "The Gateway to the 1,000 Islands," in reference to the 1,864 islands that begin in Kingston and are scattered upstream throughout the St. Lawrence River.

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Best Time to Book a Flight to Kingston

Spring in Kingston is often rainy and in winter, temperatures may not exceed zero degrees. The summer months, between June and August, are often the best time to visit this area. During this time, the weather is fairly warm, with typical temperatures ranging between 13 to 25 degrees Celsius.

Many visitors also enjoy visiting during the fall months of September and October, especially to the nearby conservation area of Lemoine Point. This 136-hectare forest displays the most spectacular colours during the fall foliage. Lemoine Point lies directly next to Kingston Airport. When planning a trip, use the Price Alert tool to receive notifications on ticket price changes to find the best possible deal.

Airlines that Fly to Kingston Airport

Air Canada is the only carrier flying to Kingston. There are seven flights per day operating between Toronto Pearson International Airport and Kingston Airport. The Canada Border Services Agency strictly manages the number of passengers per plane, limiting no more than 30 travellers per flight. Visit Skyscanner to find the cheapest flights to Kingston.

Airport Facilities

This small airport handles 70,000 passengers per year. The airport is now under construction but will stay open during this transitional period. About 90 percent of visitors travelling to Kingston journey through the larger nearby cities of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Syracuse. The city is projecting that this expansion project could lead to an additional 600,000 passengers per year. The project consists of expanding the terminal and extending the three runways. The terminal is open from 4 a.m. and closes promptly after the last flight of the day. There are two check-in desks, one baggage claim belt, 14 short-term parking spaces, and 117 long-term parking spaces.

Ground transportation options are available directly outside the terminal. The airport has taxis, hotel shuttles, and rental cars on hand. The best rates on car rentals at Kingston Airport are found at Skyscanner.

What to See and Do in Kingston

Travellers enjoying visiting Fort Henry, a museum and historic site. There are available tours through the Kingston Penitentiary, the oldest and most famous maximum security prison in Canada. The Grande Theatre is the main performing arts venue in the area. Performances include modern dance, ballet, musicals, and comedy.

The historic city of Kingston offers visitors many attractions and activities that are available year-round. Many couples consider it the perfect place for a romantic weekend getaway. Find the best hotel in Kingston with Skyscanner.

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 Airport Contact Details

Kingston Airport

1114 Len Birchall Way,
K7M 4M1,

Tel:+1 (1)613 3896404
Fax:+1 (1)613 3844399


 Location Details

Longitude:76° 35' 54'' W
Latitude:44° 13' 23'' N

 Airport Location

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