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Pacific Coastal Airlines Today
Pacific Coastal Airlines based in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. It operates charter, scheduled and cargo flights to the province of British Columbia. It had 300 employees as of (March 2007). In August 2010, Pacific Coast Airlines fleet consisted of 24 aircraft. Its main base is Vancouver International Airport with a hub at the airport in Port Hardy.

Pacific Coastal Airlines History
The company was started in 1979 by the merger of Air Powell and the Division of Air Port Hardy BC. It Acquired the shares and assets of Wilderness Airlines on April 1, 1998.
Pacific Coastal Airlines Fleet
As of August in 2010, the Pacific Coastal Airlines aircraft fleet was made up of 24 aircraft.
Pacific Coastal Airlines
Aircraft Names Number Variants Information
Saab 340 6 340A 30 passengers, based in Vancouver
Shorts 360 2 360-100 33 passengers, based in Vancouver
Beechcraft 1900 7 1900C 19 passengers, based in Vancouver
Beechcraft Super King Air 1 200 11 passengers, based in Vancouver
Grumman Goose 4 9 passengers, based in Port Hardy
de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver 4 5 passengers, based in Port Hardy