Fort Good Hope Airport

The Fort Good Hope Airport is a public airport operated by the Government of the Northwest Territories. It is located 2.4 kilometres south-west of the Fort Good Hope city centre, elevated at about 267 feet above mean sea level. The airport was originally constructed in 1994 as a means of transportation from Fort Good Hope to other parts of the Northwest Territories. It had recorded no less than 2,500 aircraft movements each year, with peak activities in 2005 (movements reaching as high as 4,514). The sole airline service in the airport is provided by North-Wright Airways Ltd., with flights to Inuvik, Norman Wells, and Colville Lake. Cargo operations meanwhile, are carried out by Buffalo Airways, with flights to Yellowknife.


The Fort Good Hope Airport has one air terminal building measuring 1,130 square feet. It was built in 1995, and it has been the sole terminal in service since the airport's conception.

Services and Facilities

The Fort Good Hope Airport has a functioning gravel runway measuring 4434 feet by 98 feet. It has three pavestone apron run-up pads, a field electrical centre in service, aircraft plug-in facilities, and a community aerodrome radio station. It does not support refuelling as of the moment.

Airports near Fort Good Hope:

 Getting to & from the Airport

Driving hide 

From central Fort Good Hope, head north-east and drive for 400 metres, then take a slight right. Head straight for another 3.2 kilometres along Cammelly Drive to reach the Fort Good Hope Airport. Travellers may drive their own vehicles and park in the airport, use a bike, or even a motorcycle.

Taxi hide 

Taxis are available from the city centre of Fort Good Hope. Just instruct the driver to take you to the airport.

 Who flies to Fort Good Hope

 Location Details

Longitude:128° 39' 2'' W
Latitude:66° 14' 26'' N

 Airport Location

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