Corowa Airport

The Corowa Airport is an ex-WWII training airport with only a couple of the original buildings remaining. It has also been used for national and international parachuting events and is home to Corowa Recreational Flying, the Corowa Soaring Centre, Corowa Cougars Rugby Club and is the local headquarters of the NSW Rural Fire Service.  It is also home for 10-12 weeks of the year to the Army Parachute School.  

 The following information about the Corowa Airport has been sourced from ERSA and local knowledge.

Location:

YCORRunways

YCOR: S35 59.4.0 E146 21.1.0
UTC: +10 EST +11 ESDT
Elevation: 469 ft AMSL

Runway Details:

05/23: 1528 metres
14/32: 1524 metres

Meteorology:

AVFAX: Code: 3040
ARFOR: Code: 30

Radio:

CTAF: 132.45
PAL: 119.6
FIA: 125.2 (circuit area)

Aerodrome Operator:Corowa Airport overhead

Federation Council, Ph 02 6033 8999

Fuel:

Avgas: Aero Refuellers have withdrawn the avgas facility due to poor patronage.
Premium Unleaded: Corowa Recreational Flying  Ph 0429 328 053.

Additional Information:

RA-Aus Flight Training. Corowa Recreational Flying. Ph 0429 328 053.
Glider Operations between November - March every year, right hand circuits for runway 14 and 05. Contact Corowa Soaring Centre on 02 6033 5036.

Charts:

WAC: 3457
VTC: Albury
ERC: Low 2
VNC: Deniliquin

Latest weather and notam information see the planning page