Wetaskiwin Regional Airport

Located just 60 kilometres south of the City of Edmonton, the Wetaskiwin Airport (CEX3) offers many conveniences and amenities for aviation businesses and aircraft operators.

Wetaskiwin’s Regional Airport currently maintains Transport Canada certification, and facilitates LVP WAAS approaches on runway 12 and 30.

The Airport Terminal and pilot’s lounge is accessible 24 hours a day, and provides basic services such as fuel and maintenance.

Get detailed information on features and current businesses at the Wetaskiwin Regional Airport in this Factsheet

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Wetaskiwin Regional Airport Specifications

Airport Code: CEX3ATF 123.5 (9 clicks)
Wetaskiwin Airport

Airport Details:

  • Coordinates: 52°57’54"N 113°24’40"W
  • Elevation: 2508’ ASL
  • Runway:
    • Asphalt
    • 12(120°) / 30(300°)
    • 3,888 ft. x 100 ft. paved
  • Lighting:
    • 12-(TE ME) 30-(TE ME)
    • ARCAL-123.5 Type K
    • Lighted windsock
  • Approach:
    • 12 - LVP WAAS Right Circuit
    • 30 - LVP WAAS

Airport Services:

Location:

  • Located within Wetaskiwin City limits
  • Accessible from Hwy 2, 2A, and 13 West
  • Outside of controlled airspace

Airport Master Plan

The City of Wetaskiwin retained HM Aero Aviation Consulting to conduct a study to assess the future economic and development potential of the Wetaskiwin Regional Airport. Based on industry best practices, research, and feedback gathered from key airport tenants, businesses, and organizations, the consultant team has developed the Wetaskiwin Regional Airport Master Plan. The plan includes research completed to date on the airport’s role, growth opportunities, and regional context, as well as the preliminary investments to support the feasible and sustainable growth of the airport.  

City Council approved the plan during its regular meeting Monday, January 8, 2024. The finalized Wetaskiwin Regional Airport Master Plan is available to read HERE.