PACIFIC COASTAL AIRLINES
Pacific Coastal Airlines is a Canadian regional airline headquartered in Richmond, British Columbia.
Founded in 1978, the airline primarily focuses on serving smaller cities and remote communities in British Columbia. Operating mainly from its hub at Vancouver International Airport’s South Terminal, Pacific Coastal Airlines plays a vital role in connecting less-accessible regions with major urban centers.
Known for its commitment to safety, reliability, and customer service, the airline utilizes a fleet of turboprop aircraft to offer essential air travel services. By providing a vital transportation link within British Columbia, Pacific Coastal Airlines supports local economies, tourism, and community development.