We’re excited to celebrate 21 years of service to our beautiful capital city, Victoria!

Our service currently operates non-stop flights six days a week between Vancouver South Terminal Airport and Victoria International Airport. Did you know we have six days a week non-stop flights from Victoria to Kelowna Airport six days a week too? As well as non-stop flights from Victoria to the northern capital of BC, Prince George three days a week.

Victoria Airport is the second-largest base in our operations and is conveniently located in beautiful Sidney. Sidney is a small town with many local shops (if you’re a book lover you have to check out the many quaint bookstores), and delicious food options with waterfront views. Victoria is proudly the province’s Craft Beer Capital and home to Canada’s first brewpub. With a rich brewing culture, there are so many great Craft breweries to sip and check out.

To celebrate our 21-year anniversary in Victoria, we are sharing local places to check out for your future travel adventures! Let’s each do our part now, so we can explore together again, soon!


Just around the corner from Victoria’s Inner Harbour, Fisherman’s Wharf is a hidden gem. Check out the colorful houseboats floating in the water and grab a freshly caught lunch!


Enveloping you in lush greens and colourful blooms, The Butchart Gardens is a must-see oasis, growing in Victoria for over 100 years.


Explore British Columbia’s rich history and present-day culture at the Royal BC Museum and BC Archives.


Did you know Victoria is also the brunch capital of Canada?! There are so many great places to check out for brunch and Jam Café is on the list of favourites. The original Jam café opened on Herald St. in Victoria in 2012 and as popularity grew, they expanded two locations in Vancouver!


Spinnakers’ was Canada’s first brewpub when it opened in 1984, and includes some original recipes dating back 30 years! Brewing cutting-edge styles such as sours and barrel-aged beer, daily casks, and ciders made on-site.


Part of the trio of breweries that kicked off the craft beer revolution in BC in 1984, Vancouver Island Brewing has been a local leader and still going strong today. They source all local ingredients and use filtered water from Vancouver Island Glaciers. Be sure to stop by for a tasting!


Sea Cider is a farm-based cidery located on the Saanich Peninsula just minutes from Victoria. The ten-acre farm is home to over 1,300 apple trees, made up of over 50 varieties of heritage apples. Enjoy a flight of ciders paired with organic cheese while enjoying the panoramic water views.


About 17km away from downtown Victoria on southern Vancouver Island, you will find Goldstream Provincial Park. An old-growth rainforest with massive trees, a majestic waterfall, fascinating fish, and hiking trails for the outdoor enthusiast.


Committed to Ensuring a Safe Journey

Pacific Coastal Airlines has adopted additional safety measures to ensure the health and wellbeing of staff and customers. The measures include enhanced aircraft sanitation practices, physical distancing at airport facilities, reduced contact points, and the requirement for all customers to travel with a face mask and answer health check questions before boarding. Learn more about the additional safety measures online.


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