CYSQ - Atlin

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Last updated: 2023-07-02 19:25:24 PDT
Transient Parking
Fuel Location
Landing & Tie-down Fees
Crew Car Availability
Flying Clubs
WiFi Access
Last updated: 2023-07-02 19:25:24 PDT
Airport Statistics
Location: Atlin, CN
Elevation: 2,351ft
Sectional: Juneau
Activation date: Apr 2005
Fuel: 100LL (prices)
Runway 18/36: 3,950ft
Access: Open to the public
This airport is privately owned but open to the public.
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  • Retro-reflective markers on twy & aprons only.
  • For attendance schedule call 250-651-7569.
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  • This comment was flagged as outdated on .

    Please know this is from a passenger perspective. My husband is the pilot. Don’t miss a chance to experience this charming community on the shore of Atlin Lake. First of all the lake is stunning! We camped two nights under the wing in the grassy area beyond a row of trees north of the fueling station. The is a very clean (new?) pit toilet adjacent the fuel tanks but you will need to bring water or be prepared to pay $8.95 for a 4 liter bottle at the store. There are two restaurants in town that try to coordinate so at least one is open. We spent a 3rd night at the Brewery Bay Inn (photos posted) It’s an easy mile walk to town.

    Created 11 months ago (2023-07-02 21:43:47 UTC)
    Helpful count: 1
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