Pacific Coastal Airlines is a Canadian airline. It operates scheduled, charter and cargo services to destinations in British Columbia. Its head office is located in the South Terminal of Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, British Columbia. Its main base is Vancouver International Airport, with a hub at Port Hardy Airport.
This family run airline was founded by CEO and Director Daryl Smith over 30 years ago. The airline was established in 1987 by the merger of Powell Air and the Port Hardy division of Air BC. It acquired the shares and assets of Wilderness Airlines on 1 April 1998.
Pacific Coastal Airlines operates services to the following destinations in British Columbia: Anahim Lake, Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Campbell River, Comox, Cranbrook, Klemtu, Masset, Port Hardy, Powell River, Trail, Vancouver, Victoria and Williams Lake.
The Coastal Airlines fleet consists of 24 aircrafts, namely 6 Saab 340, 2 Shorts 360, 7 Beechcraft 1900, 1 Beechcraft Super King Air, 4 Grumman Goose and 4 de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver. Seven of these aircraft are float planes, six that can accommodate up to 9 passengers.
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The cheapest flights offered by Pacific Coastal Airlines is for the route Flights from Penticton to Calgary, and the longest flight is on route Flights from Penticton to Calgary which takes 1h 20m.
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