West Coast Air

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A locally owned and operated airline with more than 35 years of Twin Otter scheduled service experience, West Coast Air offers up to 40 Twin Otter departures daily between downtown Vancouver and downtown Victoria. The company provides a convenient link to Vancouver Island, Comox, the Sunshine Coast communities, and includes service to Whistler during the summer season.


West Coast Air terminals are centrally located. In Vancouver, our temporary location is just west of Canada Place in Coal Harbour
(until 2008 when the Vancouver Trade & Convention Centre and Marine Terminal are complete), in Richmond at the YVR Floatplane Base, in Victorias Inner Harbour, in Nanaimo Harbour on Anchor Way and in Sechelt, on Wharf Street beside the Lighthouse Pub.

One of the largest floatplane operators on the west coast, the fleet is comprised of17 aircraft; 6 deHavilland Twin Otters
(18 highback leather seats) and11 deHavilland Beavers (6 seats) Twin Otter and Beaver aircraft are much sought after for their well deserved reputation for safety and reliability. Our flight crew are accomplished coastal pilots, with senior captains having more than 35 years of flying experience on the west coast.

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Location

West Coast Air
Suite 2310 - 1177 West Hastings Street
Vancouver BC V6E 2K3
Canada

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Telephone: 
1-800-347-2222, 1-604-606-6888, 1-604-606-6800
Fax: 
1-604-688-9165

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