Pacific Coastal Airlines
Pacific Coastal Airlines is a privately owned British Columbia-based regional airline operating from Vancouver International Airport’s South Terminal (YVR) that currently flies to 18 airports in British Columbia. They are the sixth-largest airline operating at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) based on total outbound seats, and the third-largest based on take-offs and landings. Connecting to additional destinations along the south coast of British Columbia through its affiliate airline Wilderness Seaplanes, located in Port Hardy on northern Vancouver Island.
Pacific Coastal Airlines is proud to operate flights on behalf of WestJet through a Capacity Purchase Agreement (CPA). WestJet Link was created to connect smaller cities in British Columbia and Alberta with WestJet’s domestic hub at the Calgary International Airport (YYC) with non-stop service to Cranbrook (YXC), Dawson Creek (YDQ), Lethbridge (YQL), Lloydminster (YLL), and Medicine Hat (YXH). WestJet Link also serves Vancouver International Airport (YVR) with non-stop service to Cranbrook (YXC), Comox (YQQ), and Nanaimo (YCD).
Pacific Coastal Airlines honours their motto of People Friendly, People First. An equal opportunity employer, they encourage a positive, caring workplace and put a high value on collaboration, accountability, and loyalty. They are very proud to give back and to support the communities that they serve.