Fly Kingston is a growing destination for aviation enthusiasts of all skill levels. The City of Kingston continues to offer a rich and unique blend of old and new, combining the historic charm of a heritage area with the vibrant atmosphere of a city, and entertainment offerings to rival those of Toronto and Ottawa.
From landing to takeoff, you’ll find everything you need to make your stay as enjoyable and memorable as the rest of your journey.
We are currently upgrading our facilities to combine ease and convenience with comfort and community for our local aviators and visiting pilots. Hangar 4 is currently available for hangar storage of planes, and the Fly Kingston Operations office is located on-site at the airport. Concierge service is available on request.
Ground school courses take place weekly at Fly Kingston’s head office, where we provide a comfortable, friendly and engaging environment for flying students, aviation enthusiasts and pilots alike. You can start any week.
Kingston has a variety of options for overnight and extended stays. The downtown boasts a plethora of hotels and accommodation options, and countless restaurants to tantalize your taste buds. Our trusted partner, the Confederation Place Hotel, reserves a block of rooms specifically for pilots. For your convenience, a shuttle is provided to and from the airport.
The City of Kingston is a vibrant and historic lakeside town. It features Ontario’s only UNESCO heritage site, Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada, as well as a picturesque downtown with shops, cafes, restaurants and activities, and the 1000 Islands, all conveniently located within a small radius. For music and sports lovers, the K-Rock Centre hosts exciting events and OHL games – a number of A-list performers, including Journey, The Tragically Hip, Sam Roberts, and Sting, have performed there in the past few years – and it continues to attract top talent from across the world.