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Directions from Calgary Go west on Highway 1 to exit 169 opposite Callaway Park. After the exit you will next make 2 left turns at the two stop signs, the second of which is by the small church (Range Road 33 and Township Road 250). You will be on Township Road 250 headed west and easily see the airport. Proceed to the main entrance MacLaurin Drive, a right turn. Drive towards the control tower (north). We are 152, halfway down, on the right, just opposite Mount Royal University hangar.
If you go too far west (Cochrane turn off, exit 161) just take that. One block north on Highway 22 will be the airport exit Township Road 250. Turn right (east) we’re 5 minutes away.
Directions from Airdrie/Cochrane Take Big Hill Springs Road from Airdrie (turns into Highway 567 west of Symons Valley Road) west to Highway 22. Head south, though Cochrane on Highway 22, to Township Road 250 (marked with Airport sign), turn left, Springbank airport is 5 minutes east on Township Road 250. If you go too far south on 22 (at Highway 1) take that exit left, go east on Highway 1 to Callaway Park (exit 169). Go north (left) after exiting, one block, to Township Road 250. Same directions as first paragraph.
Directions from Canmore/Banff Take Highway 1 east and exit north just past the Petrocanada, exit 161, onto Highway 22 going north. One city block north is Township Road 250 (marked with an airport direction sign). Turn right (east), we’re 5 minutes down the road. If you hit Cochrane you’ve gone too far north turn around!
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Q. How much does it cost?
Aviation medicals are not covered by Provincial Health Care. Private and Commercial medicals are currently $150.00, and the computer interpreted ECG is $35.00. If needed, audiograms are $35.00. Farnsworth colour tests are $35.00.
Q. How does the whole Aviation Medical thing work?
Please read the “Aviation Medical for First Time Pilots" article for a detailed account.
Q. I think I may not meet the standards what should I do to find out?
The best thing is to come in and we’ll discuss it. Each case is unique. The information on the Transport Canada, Civil Aviation Medicine Website is a useful place to start.