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CityCodeAirport Name
Hamilton YHM       John C. Monroe Hamilton Int'l
Kingston YGK Kingston Airport (Norman Rogers Airport)
London YXU London Int'l Airport
North Bay YYB Jack Garland Airport
Ottawa YOW Ottawa International
Sarnia YZR Sarnia Airport (Chris Hadfield Airport)
Sault Ste Marie YAM Sault Ste Marie Airport
Sudbury YSB Greater Sudbury Airport
Thunder Bay YQT Thunder Bay Int'l
Timmins YTS Timmins Municipal
Toronto YTO All Toronto Airports
Toronto YYZ Lester B. Pearson Int'l
Windsor YQG Windsor Airport

Alpena MI APN       Alpena County Reg'l
Buffalo NYBUFBuffalo Niagara Int'l
Churchill MB YYQ Churchill Airport
Detroit MI DTT All Detroit Airports
Detroit MI DTW Detroit Metro Airport
Duluth MN DLH Duluth International
Flint MI FNT Bishop International
Hibbing MN HIB Chisolm Hibbing
Int'l Falls MN INL Falls Int'l Airport
Marquette MI MQT Sawyer International
Massena NY MSS Richards Field
Minneapolis MN MSP Minneapolis St Paul
Montreal QC YMQ All Montreal Airports
Montreal QC YMX Mirabel Int'l Airport (Aeroport)
Montreal QC YUL Trudeau Int'l (Dorval)
New York NYNYCNew York City Airports
Newark NJEWRNewark Liberty Int'l
Ogdensburg NYOGSOgdensburg Int'l
Pellston MI PLN Pellston Regional
Rouyn-Noranda YUY Rouyn-Noranda Airport
Sault S. M. MI CIU Chippewa County Int'l
Shamattawa MB ZTM Shamattawa Airport
Traverse City MI TVC Cherry Capital
Val-d'Or QC YVO Val-d'Or Regional
Watertown NYARTWatertown Int'l
Winnipeg MB YWG Winnipeg International

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There are many airports in Ontario, Canada. However, not all Ontario airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest Ontario airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Ontario is the most populous and second-largest in area of Canada's ten provinces. It is found in east-central Canada. The name Ontario itself is a corruption of the Iroquois word "Onitariio" meaning "beautiful lake.") Ottawa, the capital of Canada, is located in Ontario.

Ontario is bounded on the north by Hudson Bay and James Bay, on the east by Quebec, on the west by Manitoba, and on the south by various U.S. states. Ontario's US border is formed almost entirely by lakes and rivers, starting in Lake of the Woods and continuing to the Saint Lawrence River near Cornwall; it passes through the four Great Lakes, namely Lakes Superior, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. The Saint Lawrence Seaway allows navigation to and from the Atlantic Ocean as far inland as Thunder Bay.

The province consists of three main geographical regions: (1) The thinly populated Canadian Shield -- mostly infertile land, rich in minerals and 1000's of lakes; (2) The virtually unpopulated Hudson Bay Lowlands in the extreme north and northeast, mainly swampy and sparsely forested; (3) The temperate, and therefore most populous region, the fertile Great Lakes-Saint Lawrence Valley in the south where agriculture and industry are concentrated.

There are approximately 250,000 lakes and over 100,000 kilometres (62,000 mi) of rivers in the province. Ontario's rivers make it rich in hydroelectric energy. This steady supply of electricity production along with an abundance of natural resources and an excellent transportation link to the American heartland, has contributed to making manufacturing the principal industry, found mainly in the Golden Horseshoe region, the most industrialized area in Canada. Important products include motor vehicles, iron, steel, food, electrical appliances, machinery, chemicals, and paper.

Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is the centre of Canada's financial services and banking industry. Suburban cities in the Greater Toronto Area like Brampton and Mississauga are large product distribution centres, in addition to having automobile related industries. The information technology sector is also important, especially in Markham, Waterloo and Ottawa. Hamilton is the largest steel manufacturing centre.

Mining and the forest products industry, notably pulp and paper, are vital to the economy of Northern Ontario. More than any other region, tourism contributes heavily to the economy of Central Ontario, peaking during the summer months owing to the abundance of fresh water recreation and wilderness found there in reasonable proximity to the major urban centres. Hunting, skiing and snowmobiling are among the low-season draws. (airports)

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