Pacific Coastal Airlines

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Pacific Coastal Logo.png
Headquarters Richmond, BC
Founded 1987
Fleet size 27
Website
pacificcoastal.com

Pacific Coastal Airlines is a Canadian aviation provider, focusing on servicing British Columbia.[1]

Pacific Coastal Airlines was founded in 1987 with the merger of Powell Air and the Port Hardy division of Air BC. On November 24, 2017, WestJet and Pacific Coastal airlines formed an agreement where Pacific Coastal would operate SAAB 340B aircrafts on behalf of WestJet Link.


Fleet

Current

Model Thumbnail Year Manufactured Year Aquired Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes
Pacific Coastal Airlines 340A 1984-1989 2006-2008 Saab 340A General Electric CT7-5A2 30
Pacific Coastal Airlines 340B Pacific Coastal Airlines C-FPCZ-a.jpg 1993-1997 2015-2018 Saab 340B General Electric CT7 34
Pacific Coastal Airlines 1900C Pacific Coastal Airlines C-FPCO-a.jpg 1984-1986 1998-2006 Beechcraft 1900C Pratt & Whitney PT6A-65B 19
Pacific Coastal Airlines 1900D Pacific Coastal Airlines C-GMFU-a.jpg 1991-2002 2016-2020 Beechcraft 1900D Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67D 19

Retired

Model Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes

Destinations

  • Hubs

Vancouver, BC

  • Canada

Anahim Lake, BC

Bella Bella, BC

Bella Coola, BC

Campbell River, BC

Comox, BC

Cranbrook, BC

Kamloops, BC

Kelowna, BC

Masset, BC

Pentiction, BC

Port Hardy, BC

Powell River, BC

Prince George, BC

Tofino, BC

Trail, BC

Victoria, BC

Williams Lake, BC

Flights

See Pacific Coastal Airlines Flights.

References