NEW! Runway Chemical Sprayer

The Slave Lake Airport Services Commission is excited to announce the arrival of our new 25′ boom runway chemical sprayer which was put into service November 25, 2022. This custom built sprayer will allow airport personnel to efficiently apply anti-icing fluid to the runway and taxiway surfaces prior to a freezing rain event or can be utilized to de-ice runway in combination with our granular chemical spreader. The airport currently is utilizing Alpine RF-11 liquid (potassium acetate) and NASI SF granular (Sodium Formate). The airport now has effective equipment and product to fight ice events.

NEW! Pay by Credit Card

Effective December 1, 2022 the Slave Lake Airport Services Commission now accepts major credit cards. We partnered with Plastiq to securely handle the transaction. You don’t need a Plastiq account—just click the link below and enter your details to pay.

Payments may take 2-3 days to process and Plastiq charges a 2.90% fee for credit and debit cards.

NEW! Jet A and 100LL Cardlock

Effective November 10, 2022 CanWest activated their cardlock system for 24 hrs fuel service.

Any questions regarding the cardlock system please contact 780-849-5353

Security Fence & Gates

July 2021 the airport completed its perimeter fencing project. This has significantly reduced wildlife from accessing airside and increased security to aircraft. In total the project cost $245,000. The airport paid for the project utilizing funds acquired from user fees and support from our local governments – the Town of Slave Lake and the MD of Lesser Slave River.  All areas of airside are now protected with a 6′ security fencing plus 3 powered vehicle gates and 2 power magnetic man gates. The power gate across airport road is connected to our backup airfield lighting generator in the event of a power failure.  Access to airside including hangar area is limited to those with access codes. Access codes can be provided by calling airport staff at 780-849-3089 or from your respective aircraft operator.

No Scheduled Service

Currently the Slave Lake Airport does not offer scheduled passenger service.

Landing Fee and Lease Payments

E-transfer payments can be made to:

We now accept debit or credit cards. If you’d like to pay us with your favorite credit card, we use Plastiq to securely handle the transaction. You don’t need a Plastiq account—just visit the link below to pay.                                   

AAMA (Alberta Airport Management Association) website link


2018 Runway Overlay   Paving

The runway overlay project was completed ahead of schedule with the runway re-opening the afternoon of September 28th.

Funding for the project is provided by the Community Airports Program component of the Alberta Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program. The grant will cover 75% of the cost, the additional 25% will come from Airport Capital Reserves. Total cost is estimated at $1,800,000.



Airfield Lighting Upgrade

Airport Lighting Upgrade      Edge Lights

 On March 17, 2016 the Town of Slave Lake was approved for a grant of $347,850 through the Alberta Community Partnership (ACP) program under the Inter-Municipal Collaboration component in support of the Airport Lighting Project. The total project budget was approved at $439,200 with an estimated completed cost of under $415,000. The additional funds required over and above the grant will come from Airport Capital Reserves ..Read More..

Conference Room Available

Confrence Room

Conference Room

If you are flying into Slave Lake and require a meeting room, one is available in the Air Terminal Building. The room seats 10 persons comfortably and WiFi access is available.  If you would like to book this room, contact the Airport Manager at 780.849.3089 or by email at One week prior notice would be appreciated.

Weather Cameras

To view Nav Canada AWOS weather cameras  Click Here.

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