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Depending on your destination, there can be a number of regional airlines to choose from that fly to different parts of Northern British Columbia.
The busiest airport is Prince George (YXS) which offers service to major cities like Vancouver, Kelowna and Kamloops. Carriers operating from YXS include Air Canada, WestJet and Central Mountain Air.
There are also eight regional airports in Prince George, Smithers, Terrace/Kitimat, Prince Rupert, Sandspit, Fort St. John, Dawson Creek and Masset.
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4440 Cowley Cres
Richmond, British Columbia
Vancouver International Airport's South Terminal is very efficient & designed to be a 'smart terminal' for busy travellers. It features numerous benefits: reduced congestion, short check-in lineups, short walks to gates & parking, restaurant, gift shop, car rental services & taxi service. Transfers to/from the Main Terminal are provided by our complementary shuttle service, available on routine schedule.
Destinations served to/from Vancouver International Airport's South Terminal: Anahim Lake, Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Campbell River, Comox, Cranbrook, Masset, Port Hardy, Powell River, Trail, Victoria, & Williams Lake. Local service and flight seeing in the Broughton Archipelago from Port McNeill. From Port Hardy and Port McNeill we operate float planes & amphibious aircraft to coastal communities.
4141 Airport Rd - 10
Prince George, British Columbia
Located minutes from the city centre, the Prince George Airport accommodates Canada's 2 largest carriers, Air Canada & WestJet with direct service to Vancouver 11 times daily as well as regional carriers, Central Mountain Air & Northern Thunderbird Air with scheduled service to Terrace, Smithers, Fort St. John, Fort Nelson, Kamloops & Kelowna. In 2006, the Prince George Airport was the 1st airport in the province to receive 'SuperHost' designation & strives to provide exceptional visitor experiences to the many tourists, residents & business travellers flying through Prince George, the centre of transportation & trade in BC's heartland.