Chartright’s Kitchener-Waterloo FBO is a great alternative to Toronto Pearson

Chartright’s Kitchener-Waterloo FBO is a great alternative to Toronto Pearson
Mar 31 2017

With the slot restrictions now in place at Toronto Pearson International Airport (CYYZ) complicating corporate air travel, the simplicity of flying in and out of the Region of Waterloo International Airport (CYKF) is a great alternative. Chartright has a beautiful, new hangar and full-service FBO at YKF that can comfortably handle all your business air travel needs.

Our Waterloo facility offers:

  • 50,000-square-foot hangar space
  • Terminal with a passenger and crew lounge
  • Offices
  • On-site Canadian customs and immigration service available 24/7, with advanced notice
  • Fueling capabilities
  • Aircraft maintenance
  • De-icing/anti-icing services
  • Parking

View Our FBO Webpage


Helicopter Service from YKF

Downtown Toronto is less than a 25-minute flight by helicopter from YKF. If you need to go to Toronto or anywhere else in the Greater Toronto Area, we can arrange helicopter service for you.


Pictures of Our Waterloo Facility:

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