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Malcolm Island Airport

Malcolm Island Airport, (TC LID: CJS2), is a registered aerodrome located on Hydiak Island, Reindeer Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. Construction began in 1959 by Fred Lockhart and was completed in 1965 with construction taking place over six summer seasons. The airstrip is owned and operated by Arctic Lodges Ltd, that operates a fly-in/fly-out fishing lodge on Dewdney Island, 4 mi (6.4 km) to the northwest. Malcolm Island Is the large Island to the east.

Malcolm Island Airport
  • IATA: none
  • ICAO: none
  • TC LID: CJS2
Airport type Private
Operator Arctic Lodge Ltd.
Location Reindeer Lake
Time zone CST (UTC−06:00)
Elevation AMSL 1,120 ft / 341 m
Coordinates 56°56′58″N

Location in Saskatchewan

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Source: Canada Flight Supplement

Accidents and incidents

On 10 July 1969, a privately operated Douglas DC-3 N139D crashed on take-off due to the failure to remove control locks before flight was attempted. All 25 people on board survived. The aircraft was operating an international non-scheduled passenger flight to Duluth International Airport, Minnesota, United States.

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