Texada Airport has aerodrome authorization providing for general aviation. Scheduled flights are currently suspended; however, qathet Regional District is actively pursuing a qualified airline to reinstate the service.
The airport hosts a paved runway 3000’ long by 75’ wide, a paved taxiway that leads to a paved apron, and another taxiway that leads to private hangars.
There are no fuel services available at the airport. The closest available source of fuel is the Courtenay Airpark.
Refer to the Canadian Flight Supplement for further operating details.
There is no snow removal at this airport.
There are no airport runway lights.
Deer are regularly seen in the vicinity of the runway.
There is unscheduled blasting at the quarry northwest of the airport.