Limited Number of Lots Now Available at Cooking Lake Airport (CEZ3)
Cooking Lake Airport has a rich history from its early start in 1926. Originally opened as a float base to service aircraft opening up the north, Cooking Lake Airport was instrumental in providing a gateway between Edmonton and the remote northern communities. Many historical pilots flew from Cooking Lake such as Punch Dickens, Leight Brintmell, Wop May, Will Rogers, Roy Brown, and Max Ward. Max Ward took delivery of his first single otter aircraft at Cooking Lake in the 1950’s and went on to found Wardair. Cooking Lake Airport was also the aircraft staging route for construction of the Alaska Highway during World War Two. You now have an opportunity to own a piece of aviation history.
Cooking Lake Airport has a lighted paved (2950 X 75 ft) runway equipped for VFR/IFR day/night with a rotating beacon, Visual Approach Slope Indicator System (VASIS), Aircraft Radio Control of Aerodrome Lighting (ARCAL), and an RNAV GPS Approach
Why invest in property at Cooking Lake Airport?
You own the building and the land - you're not at the mercy of a landlord
The Condo Association is comprised of a community of fellow pilots and property owners like yourself (currently 95 lots and 200 aircraft)
We have a resident airport Maintenance Manager with a proven track record for ensuring the airport is available when you are
Fuel is available onsite, 7/24
2 Flight Schools on the Airport
5 Licensed Maintenance facilities onsite
Close proximity and convenient access to Edmonton and surrounding area
A quiet country setting with security gated Key FOB access around airport