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Life in the 21st century is fast-paced. Even when we’re not at work, it can be hard to relax and stop worrying about our to-do lists. No wonder wellness getaways have become important, and Vancouver Island, with its easy access to lush forests, mesmerizing seascapes, relaxing spas and unique wellness therapies, is an ideal destination. […]

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Pacific Coastal is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and prouder still of the important contribution that women play in our organization. Whether it’s in the air, on the ground, at our head office, or at any one of our sixteen bases, you’ll find strong, intelligent women who work hard every day and in […]

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For a so-called “little” regional airline, we’ve been doing a lot of growing the past few years. There’s no doubt that some of that growth has been driven by a significant increase in passenger numbers at airports across North America. For example, in 2017, Vancouver International Airport welcomed more than 24 million passengers, just shy of its original goal of 25 million passengers […]

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While most Canadians are well aware of Special Olympics, the highly respected global organization that promotes sport and healthy activity for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, some may be surprised to learn of the important role that Canadians played in its creation. Back the 1960’s, test results of children with intellectual disabilities revealed that […]

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Shorter days, cooler nights, and falling snow serve to remind us that the festive season is drawing near. For some it is a time to share precious moments with friends and family and that often means making an annual trip. If your holiday plans include flying with Pacific Coastal Airlines we’re happy to offer you […]

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Rudolph has always been a fan of air transportation of Christmas gifts and takes the lead every year. In fact, we have to hoof it to just keep up with him. Each Christmas we are mindful of family and the communities we serve, and in addition to our Adopt-a-Family fundraising we wanted to do something […]

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When Codi tried surfing for the first time, her family joined her in the water but her wheelchair didn’t. Supported by  Vancouver International Airport and Pacific Surf Company, Power To Be partnered with Spinal Cord Injury BC to offer an adaptive surf program in Tofino and we were honoured to be part of it. Codi is a Power To Be participant, one […]

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There’s no doubt that beautiful Haida Gwaii is unique. Miles of agate covered beaches, stunning forests, the incredible culture and history of the Haida, and wild, edible foods are just a few of the reasons people visit here every year. But as tourist numbers increase, the ability of the island’s infrastructure to accommodate them gets tested. Visitors often find themselves having to adjust to […]

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Guest blogger Chris Istace recently flew with us to Cranbrook and shared his story with ZenSeekers and us in the spirit of #RockiesExploring We woke up for a day of adventure, feeling energized and ready for biking Kimberley’s trails. The natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains surrounding Kimberley will have that effect on you. Riding a […]

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People talk about this place. In the best way, of course. Tofino, British Columbia, truly tugs at you, so dive in and prepare to be tuckered out with sand in your toes and feel fully alive. Popular with British Columbians, Tofino’s soft-sand beaches and laid back, West Coast lifestyle, have garnered the attention of not […]

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