Rouyn-Noranda Airport located at 48.206111 latitude and -78.835556 longitude, around 7.5 nautical miles, around 13.9 kilometres or 8.6 miles to the southeast of Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, in Canada. Among its destinations include Montreal, Baie-Comeau, Saint-Pierre, La Romaine, Mont-Joli, Natashquan, Quebec City, Saint-Augustin, Sept-Îles, and Wabush, to name a few. The airport serves with an asphalt runway at around 2,300 metres (7,500 feet) in length.
What to see & do
Some of Rouyn-Noranda’s must see and do include Atelier Vitr’Art, L'Oasis du bonheur, Snowmobile package Deville Centre Hôtelier, La fête d'hiver de Rouyn-Noranda, Parc national d'Aiguebelle, Centre d'exposition de Rouyn-Noranda, Circuit Abitibi Karting, and Magasin général Dumulon - 1924, among others. L'Oasis du bonheur offers its visitors comfortable accommodations with its yourte, tipi, and ecological cottages. Be one with nature and experience the wilderness in comfort. Centre d'exposition de Rouyn-Noranda, on the other hand, is the city’s exhibition centre within the downtown area. It features two exhibition halls, a boutique, and a coffee corner within the centre. Open to all, free of charge, the exhibition centre has various collections, as well as workshops available. For the more adventurous, Circuit Abitibi Karting provides a great activity for families and group of friends alike. It features more than 20 vehicles for karting throughout a 700-metre activity area. The Circuit Abitibi Karting also has a motocross track of 1.7 kilometres with varying jump heights for beginners and experts alike. Additionally, going on the motocross track requires your own bike since the site does not offer motocross bikes for rent.
How to get around within Rouyn
Rouyn-Noranda can be explored by driving, cycling, or via the town’s bus system. When driving all around Rouyn-Noranda, the wide streets make it easy to go around, with available parking areas available all throughout the area, at any time. Driving through the streets of Rouyn-Noranda has been considered more practical than taking the city’s buses, which can be more suitable for the use of the locals, rather than the tourists. Cycling within the city is also recommended since other than driving, it is among the most convenient ways of getting a move on when within the city. Rouyn-Noranda is quite safe for cyclists considering the wide streets and light traffic within the area; the city also lets bicycles roam freely anywhere within the area. There are numerous bicycle paths within Rouyn-Noranda, with some by Lac Osisko, bordering the downtown area. The buses within the city are divided into three lines, with two travelling every two hours during off-hours, normally buses run during the week, and during normal store open times.
How to get there
Rouyn-Noranda Airport has flights to destinations such as Montréal, Baie-Comeau, Havre-Saint-Pierre, Quebec City, Bagotville, La Grande Riviere, and Val-d'Or, among others. Flights to and from these domestic destinations are provided by airlines such as Air Canada Express, Air Liaison, Hydro-Quebec, Pascan Aviation, Propair, and Xstrata Nickel. The airport also operates seasonal flights to Punta Cana in Dominican Republic via Air Transat.
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