Pacific Coastal inaugurates Vancouver to Kamloops

Pacific Coastal inaugurates Vancouver to Kamloops

Pacific Coastal’s crew commemorate the route’s launch in Kamloops before returning to Vancouver.

Pacific Coastal began Vancouver to Kamloops on 9 February, with Kamloops the carrier’s 12th destination served non-stop from British Columbia’s largest city this month.

Operating six-weekly, the 258-kilometre service uses 19-seat Beech 1900s.

Air Canada Jazz and Central Mountain Air will return in April, with all three having a collective 42-weekly.  

Ed Ratuski, Managing Director of Kamloops Airport, said: “Welcoming the return of Pacific Coastal Airlines to Kamloops is certainly a bright spot for the airport and the community we are proud to serve.

“This new service provides a valuable connection with Vancouver for essential travel as we look forward to recovery.”


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