Flight Path: Aviation System Investment Strategy

How do I participate?

Share your thoughts via survey

Take the online survey and have your say between November 20, 2019 and February 17, 2020.

Download a print version of the same online survey, complete by hand and mail to the address below by February 16, 2020.

Mail to:
Kevin Janes
Highways and Public Works W-16
Box 2703
Whitehorse, Yukon
Y1A 2C6

Attend a community meeting

Please note: All meetings scheduled for the week of January 13 have been rescheduled due to weather. The Old Crow meeting is still planned for January 23. 

In January and February 2020 we will hold community meetings for the public in: 


Date and Time


Old Crow

January 23, 2020

Community Hall



January 27, 2020

Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre, Artist Studio



January 28, 2020

Curling Lounge



January 28, 2020

Learning Centre, Clan Room

Haines Junction


January 29, 2020

Convention Centre Atrium



January 30, 2020

Downtown Hotel

Watson Lake


February 3, 2020

Rec Centre, Curling Lounge



February 4, 2020

Rec Centre, Mezzanine



February 6, 2020


Rec Centre, Sportsman Lounge

What is this engagement about?

The Government of Yukon is developing a 10-year plan to guide future investments in the Yukon aviation system.  This strategy will propose strategic investments to maintain safety, meet national aviation regulations, and enhance the future system. All investments will be considered for their social, economic, and environmental impact.

Yukon’s airports, aerodromes and airstrips are vital to life north of 60. Aviation brings friends and family together, supports Yukon businesses, enables the delivery of vital emergency services and connects Yukon communities.

We need to understand your expectations and future needs for the Yukon aviation system.

Yukon’s aviation system is comprised of 28 airports, aerodromes and airstrips, along with all related infrastructure and services. 

  • An airport has regularly scheduled flights and supports a variety of public services, such as medevac, wildland fire management, and policing services. 
  • An aerodrome does not have regularly scheduled flights, but does support a variety of public services. 
  • An airstrip is a runway maintained for takeoff and landing of aircraft with no other permanent infrastructure at the site. 

Download a map of Yukon’s aviation system.

How will my input make a difference?

Your opinion matters. This survey is intended to gain an understanding of airport, aerodrome and airstrip users’ values, expectations, and future needs.

The feedback we receive will be used to identify future priorities.

Where can I find related information?

If you have questions about the project, Yukon’s Flight Path: Aviation System Investment Strategy for 2020-2030, or the online survey, please forward your question to Kevin Janes at kevin.janes@gov.yk.ca.

Download a map of Yukon’s aviation system.

Where can I find results?

At the conclusion of this public engagement we will share what we learned in a “What We Heard” report in Spring 2020.  The report will be released on engageyukon.ca.

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