|Wiarton Keppel International Airport, the largest regional airport between Sault Ste. Marie and Toronto, and on the exact midpoint of the Eastern air corridor, is located approx. two kilometers northeast of Wiarton, Ontario. A former federal emergency airport for national airlines it has a 5,021' asphalt main runway, and a 3,000' gravel crosswind runway, superb approach lighting and communication facilities, a two-storey terminal with passenger and pilot lounges and a café, and maintenance and parking hangars. It provides close by access to the World Biosphere Reserve, the Bruce Peninsula and the many beaches, lakes and flora and fauna attractions of Bruce and Grey Counties. The region is noted for its eco and soft adventure tourism.|
All of the 4-10 passenger air charter aircraft models produced the world over, as well as many larger aircraft seating up to 200 passengers, may land at the airport. It has Point of Entry status for customs and immigration. Many of the U.S. and Canadian centres for air tourism charters are within one to four hours departure distances to the airport.
Most charter aircraft have the cruising speeds and range capability of flying from Europe to Wiarton.