St. Anthony Airport is an airport serving the community of St. Anthony in Newfoundland, Canada. It is a domestic airport located west-northwest of the city, some 35 kilometres from the central business district. The airport is operated by Transport Canada, the department within the government of Canada which is responsible for developing regulations, policies, and services of transportation in Canada. The airport stands at an elevation of 108 feet, and has a single runway measuring a little over 4,000 feet.
The airport is served by two airline services namely Provincial Airlines and Air Labrador. Previously, Provincial Airlines provides more flights from the airport, covering four different routes going around the region while Air Labrador covers one route. Recent data shows that the airport now only serves two routes - one going to Quebec via the Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon Airport, and the other to St. John’s via the St. John’s International Airport. The other routes which are supposed to be covered through the airport include Goose Bay via the Canadian Air Force Base (CFB)-Goose Bay, and Wabush via the Wabush
Airport though these are unconfirmed. All four routes mentioned are served by Provincial Airlines while it is still unconfirmed if Air Labrador still serves the Williams Harbour route.
The airport is a small, single-storey terminal within the vicinity of St. Anthony. The building covers both arrival and departure areas, as well as other airport processes such as check-ins and luggage handling, security checks, and parking services.
Facilities for the St. Anthony Airport include a single runway, an apron, a terminal building, and parking spaces for drop-offs (short-term parking) and long-term parking provisions. Services, meanwhile, include security checks upon arrival and departure, check-in counters, luggage handling, and other basic services such as waiting areas. No other services such as restaurants, lounges, banking services, and others can be utilized from the airport.