The Owen Sound-owned Billy Bishop Regional Airport may experience some turbulence, as the City continues its services overhaul.
Council on Friday reviewed a variety of options, including divesting or closing the facility -- but instead requested municipal staff provide more information.
In a services review survey, Owen Sound asked if the airport was necessary.
About 45 per cent of respondents agree the facility should be maintained, while the remaining 55 per cent disagree or were indifferent to the issue.
Councillors on Friday also suggested that if the Billy Bishop Airport is to remain a City asset, then it should become sustainable.
Becking says video conferencing means companies don't use private aircraft or chartered flights to bring employees together for meetings anymore.
Owen Sound is in the midst of its 2016 services review, and Council is seeking input from the public on a variety of issues, including the airport.
Ken Becking, the Director of Operations, says the Billy Bishop Airport doesn't have the economic benefit to #OwenSound it had prior to 2008.— Matthew Villeneuve (@What_Matt_Says) June 10, 2016