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About Pacific Coastal Airlines

Pacific Coastal Airlines is a Canadian airline headquartered in Vancouver International Airport’s South Terminal.

Pacific Coastal Airlines flies to 65 destinations in British Columbia. From August 2015, Pacific Coastal Airlines launched daily non-stop flights between Victoria and Kelowna.

Examples of destinations that Pacific Coastal Airlines are Anahim Lake, Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Campbell River, Comox, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Port Hardy, Masset, Prince George, Trail, Vancouver, Victoria and Williams Lake.  

Pacific Coastal Airlines provides a regular schedule charter and cargo service to 15 airports with connection to over 50 destinations in British Columbia. This is more than any other airlines in the Vancouver region, Canada. Pacific Coastal Airlines are the sixth largest airlines operating at Vancouver international Airport (YVR). This is based on the total outbound seats, take offs and landings.

The airline was founded in the 1970s and is privately owned and registered in British Columbia.

The flight time is 65 minutes and can take up to 34 passengers.

Pacific Coastal Airlines' fleet consists of Beechcraft 1900, Beechcraft Super King Air, Cessena 185, de Havilland Canada DHC-2 BEaver, Gruman Goose and Saab 340.

A new airline division Wilderness Seaplanes which started service on May 5, 2016 was established to take over the Pacific Coastal Airlines Seaplane Division and is Based at Port Hardy and Bella Bella. Pacific Coastal Airlines connects you to communities and world famous outdoor adventure and fishing lodges along British Columbia’s central coast in conjunction with Wilderness Seaplanes.

Wilderness operates seaplane service to more than fifty coastal communities from bases in Port Hardy on northern Vancouver Island and Bella Bella. 



Pacific Coastal Airlines Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers are permitted 1 item of hand luggage, measuring a maximum of 23 x 40 x 55cm and weighing a maximum of 10kg. In addition to this, passengers can take one personal item with them, which must be no more than 16 x 33 x 43cm and a maximum weight of 10kg.


Checked Baggage

Checked baggage allowance is dependent on the class fare you have purchased your ticket on.

The Encore Fare allows passengers 2 items of checked baggage free of charge, with any extra items subject to a fee.

Passengers in the classic fare are permitted 1 item of checked luggage, with any additional items needing to be purchased.

The Bravo Fare is the most basic fare, and so does not include any free checked baggage in the ticket price. Passengers can purchase a checked bag should they need to.

Any item of checked baggage must weigh no more than 23kg, and have the maximum linear combined dimensions of 158cm (length+width+height).



Pacific Coastal Airlines Class Information

This airline has only one class within its cabins. However the flight experience can be personalised with the different fares that are available.

Bravo Fare

The lowest priced fare on Pacific Coastal Airlines is Bravo. This is a more restrictive ticket, for example with charges for name changes and cancellations. This fare also does not include any baggage in the ticket price, but this can be purchased if needed.

Classic Fare

The classic fare is the mid-fare which offers passengers a selection of the seats on board, with some changes being charged less than in the bravo fare. Passengers also have their first checked bag included in the price of the ticket.

Encore Fare

The encore fare provides a flexible ticket, with no charges from the airline for name changes, cancellations and refunds. Passengers can choose any seat on their plane (where available) and also get two free checked bags.



Pacific Coastal Airlines Frequent Flyer Program

Pacific Coastal Airlines offers QuickPass where a minimum of 20% discount off the top fare in the selected category.

As each QuikPass offers its own features and benefits, flying needs will help determine which one is best for the traveler. It is important that a passenger takes time to understand and choose the QuikPass that best suits their travel needs.

If a passenger's flying needs vary, they may open more than one QuikPass account so they can have access to more than one type of specific fare.

A premium product, QuikPass encore provides the ultimate in convenience and no cancellation or change fees.


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Pacific Coastal Airlines News

18th May 2018

WestJet to launch first CPA with Pacific Coastal in June

After an initial delay, Canadian LCC WestJet Airlines is poised to launch its first capacity purchase agreement (CPA) in June, the first of what is expected to be several deals that will expand the carrier’s network into smaller communities.

The deal with Pacific Coastal Airlines (PCA), announced in December, envisioned an early 2018 start date. But PCA hit delays in getting regulatory approvals, forcing WestJet to push the launch to June 20.

Initial routes will connect WestJet’s Calgary hub with Cranbrook, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Lloydminster and Prince George. All routes will be flown with 34-passenger Saab 340Bs painted in WestJet livery.

“We’re about to launch in the [Canadian] West,” WestJet CFO Harry Taylor said in a recent investor conference. “We hope to have something in the East over time as well, and expect that this will continue to add and grow” both the carrier’s revenues and network.

Notaby, Cranbrook and Prince George are in British Columbia, outside of WestJet’s home province of Alberta. Diversifying its Calgary traffic has been one of the carrier’s goals, as Alberta is heavily dependent on oil exploration, and has seen traffic rise and fall in line with oil prices. PCA’s other three WestJet routes are in Alberta.

WestJet, which has 47 Bombardier Q400s flying in its WestJet Encore regional operation, is expected to add CPAs to add feed at its Vancouver and Toronto hubs as well as bolster Calgary. Expanding into smaller communities not suited for Q400s is seen as a key way to add flow that will help support the carrier's international widebody expansion. It takes the first of 10 firm-order Boeing 787-9s early next year and is expected use the aircraft to launch new long-haul services to Europe, Asia or both. The carrier currently serves several European destinations.


8th April 2018

Pacific Coastal Airlines works on its new Vancouver-Tofino service

Pacific Coastal Airlines has now officially launched its short 188-kilometre hop between Vancouver and Tofino as of last week, when it inaugurated its daily Beech 1900-operated service. It is the third airline to fly between the two British Columbia airports, joining KD Air Corporation and Orca Airways which both already operate three daily services each. Although Pacific Coastal Airlines only operates a daily service, its 19-seat aircraft choice for the route means that weekly seat capacity on the airport pair will grow by 68%, as the two rivals choose to serve the sector using their eight-seat Piper PA31s. Pacific Coastal Airlines’ flights will leave Vancouver at 15:15, landing into Tofino at 16:00. Return services then depart at 16:30, touching down back in Vancouver at 17:15. With this launch the carrier now operates to 11 airports non-stop from Vancouver.