Efficiency and safety of operation at an airport can only be expected from facilities that are in good operational condition. Proper maintenance is the key to keeping the installations and facilities of an airport in good condition.
Ottawa/Rockcliffe Airport or Rockcliffe Airport, (IATA: YRO, ICAO: CYRO), is an uncontrolled certified aerodrome located on the south shore of the Ottawa River, 4 nautical miles (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) northeast of Downtown Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The airport is used and maintained by the Rockcliffe Flying Club.

A vital part of airport life is the task of making sure that departures are on schedule. Rockcliffe dispatch is responsible for dispatching flights, ensuring aircraft are where they need to be at the right time. Dispatchers also operate the Rockcliffe Dispatch and Unicom radio stations when possible.

This section contains online access to various forms used within the club e.g. the AVOP (Airside Vehicle Operator's Permit).

Safety is at the heart of everything the RFC does. The Club supports the theory, investigation, and categorization of flight failures, and the prevention of such failures through regulation, education, and training. Multiple safety seminars are held during the year, and a safety committee meets regularly to discuss such aspects of aviation as it relates to the club and aerodrome.
Very occasionally, external events are hosted at the Rockcliffe Airport and the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum. Sometimes this involves closing the airspace and/or the runway. A decision to close the runway is never taken lightly, and the decision-making process involves the RFC board and general manager. Every effort is made to hold such events so as to minimize inconvenience to RFC members.