Saint-Augustin Airport is a public airport situated on the shore of the Rivière Saint-Augustin near Saint-Augustin and Pakuashipi, Quebec, Canada. It is operated by the Government of Quebec. The airport lies at an elevation of 19 feet / six metres above mean sea level. It can be found on the map on the coordinates 1°12′35″N 058°39′27″W. It has one asphalt runway directed 02/20, measuring 4,594 feet / 1,400 metres long. In 2010, the airport recorded 1,469 aircraft movements.
Pakuashipi is an Innu community in the province of Quebec in Canada. Situated on the north shore of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence in the Cote-Nord region, the town lies on the western shore of the mouth of the Saint-Augustin River, opposite the Saint-Augustin settlement. Cote-Nord region, or “North Shore”, is known for the landmarks such as Anticosti Island, the Mingan, Archipelago, and the Manicouagan Reservoir.
Where to go
Quebec City is touted as the crown jewel of French Canada. It is one of the oldest and most stunning settlements in North America. One of its most popular spots is the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site, the Old Town, which is a living museum of cobblestone streets lined with 17th- and 18th- century houses. Completed by the British in 1850 and covering 2.3 square kilometres is the La Citadelle, the largest fort in North America, which built to defend against an American invasion that never came. Nevertheless, it is now the base of Canada's Royal 22s. Check out the 425 metre-long boardwalk knows as Terrasse Dufferin, which offers amazing views and a great stroll day and night. Visit Le Cercle, a cool art space where international DJs and underground bands perform, and it also hosts several events that include film, fashion and comic strip festivals, book- and album-release parties, wine tastings, and more. There’s also Musée de la Civilisation, which has a spectacular architecture, blending modern design incorporated with pre-existing buildings. Moreover, Quebec has around 190 areas listed under the National Historic Sites of Canada. These are sites of national historic significance, reflecting the cultural heritage of Quebec. Among the principal attractions include the Village Quebecois d’Antan, the historical village of Val-Jalbert, the Fort Chambly, the national home of the Patriots, the Chicoutimi pulp mill, the Lachine Canal, and the Victoria Bridge, along with museums that tell the cultural history of Quebec, such as the Museum of Civilization, the Museum of French America, and the McCord Museum.
Unfortunately, Saint-Augustin Airport does not offer international flights, both short- and long-haul. It would be best to book a connecting flight to any of the major airports to get to your destination.
How to get out
Saint-Augustin Airport is currently served by two airlines, Air Labrador and Air Liaison. The former offers flights to Blanc-Sablon, Chevery, Kegaska, La Romaine, La Tabatière, Natashquan, Sept-Îles, and Tête-à-la-Baleine; while the latter flies to Baie-Comeau, La Romaine, Mont-Joli, Natashquan, Québec City, Rouyn-Noranda, Sept-Îles, and Wabush.
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