Sarnia Airport

Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport is in Sarnia, Ontario, on Lake Huron. Positioned near where the St. Claire River meets Lake Huron, this small airport is 10 kilometres or about 10 minutes from the city centre of Sarnia. Lying within the border of Lambton County, the city was recently named a Top 21 Intelligent Community. Home to 72,000 citizens, the airport is named after the first Canadian to walk in space, Chris Hadfield. Skyscanner helps travellers find the cheapest flights to Sarnia. Use the Whole Month Search tool to find the least expensive travel times.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Sarnia

Sarnia is known as the largest city on Lake Huron with a humid, continental climate. Visiting is ideal during the summer months between June and September. During this time, the weather is warm, and the sun shines for 15 to 16 hours per day. The average high during the day is 26 degrees Celsius, and the average low is 16 degrees Celsius.

During the winter months, the sun shines for about nine hours per day, and the city often receives large amounts of lake-effect snow. From the beginning of fall to the end of winter, the cold temperatures and snowy conditions make visiting Sarnia undesirable. The average high during the day is zero degrees Celsius, and the average low is minus 8 degrees Celsius.

Airlines that Fly to Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport

Air Canada is the only airline operating flights to Sarnia. Direct flights occur between Sarnia and Toronto. Visit Skyscanner to find the cheapest flights.

Airport Facilities Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport

This small airport handles 25,000 passengers per year. The airport is open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. The airport offers passengers pre-flight security screening and vending machines. Depending on the weather, most travellers typically arrive to the airport just a few minutes before the flights departs. The airline does not require travellers to arrive an hour before the flight departs. Amenities include both short and long-term parking, taxis, airport shuttles, and a car rental agency.

What to See and Do in Sarnia

Travellers take pleasure in exploring this lake-front community and picturesque section of Ontario. Visitors also enjoy viewing the wildlife and nature, swimming on the Blue Flag beaches, drinking at the local craft breweries, dining at the riverside restaurants, and shopping at the many of the boutique stores.

The Stones 'N Bones Museum gives visitors the opportunity to view rare dinosaur bones, a fluorescent mineral light show, fossils and artifacts, giant insects, Native American artifacts, and massive shark jaws.  

Sarnia sits on the bank where the St. Clair River empties into Lake Huron. Tourists enjoy standing on Blue Water Bridge, a point where these two great bodies of water intersect. From this viewpoint, the state of Michigan is visible. Many locals will bring a snack or drink from one of the nearby restaurants and end the day watching a sunset from this spectacular lookout. Couples consider it the perfect place for a romantic weekend getaway. Find the best weekend getaway deals in Sarnia with Skyscanner.

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 Airport Contact Details

Sarnia Airport

PO Box 1,
1500 Airport Road,
N7W 1B6,

Tel:+1 (1)519 5427715
Fax:+1 (1)519 5429634

 Location Details

Longitude:82° 18' 34'' W
Latitude:42° 59' 59'' N
ICAO code:

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