Regional Airports

Smithers Regional Airport

www.smithersairport.com

The Smithers Regional Airport (C-YYD) is located 5 kms from the Town of Smithers.  The airport serves as a gateway to much of the mining industry in Northwest British Columbia.  It also functions as a starting point for destination tourism experiences in skiing, heli-skiing, world class sport fishing and hunting. There are 5 scheduled flight carriers, 2 charter flight carriers, and 3 helicopter companies based at C-YYD. 

Accessible commercial properties are now available.  Groundside facilities include a network of roads and utilities supporting tenant business operations. 

Hub Status Commercial
Location Smithers, BC
Hours of Operation 6:30 am to 8:00 pm
Approved Capital Expansion n/a
Customs Point of Entry No
Foreign Trade Zone No
Full Instrumentation No
Number of Runways 1
Runway Length 2,286 meters
Number of Days Closed from
Bad Weather in the last Three years

0

Weekly Non-Stop Flights 44
Flights to Largest Cities Served 16
Greater Vancouver 16
Carriers Air Canada Jazz
Central Mountain Air
Hawkair
Northern Thunderbird Air
Sustut Air

Northwest Regional Airport

www.yxt.ca

The Northwest Regional Airport, located 10km from Terrace and 40km from  Kitimat, is a key piece of infrastructure in Northwest British Columbia.  It serves over 270,000 passengers a year, it has an instrument landing system, a 7,500 foot runway, central location, and a 99.7% landing reliability.

The airport has state of the art secruity screening and air terminal building capacity to handle large crowds.  It is served by five airlines, one fixed wing charter and five helictoper companies and is responsible for almost 65% of the aircract movements in the region.

 

Hub Status Commercial
Location Terrace, BC
Hours of Operation 24 Hours
Approved Capital Expansion Yes
Customs Point of Entry No
Foreign Trade Zone No
Full Instrumentation Yes
Number of Runways 2
Runway Length 7,500 feet, 5,373 meters
Number of Days Closed from Bad
Weather in the last Three years
0
Weekly Non-Stop Flights 98
Flights to Largest Cities Served (Vancouver, Calgary and Prince George)
86
Carriers

Air Canada Jazz
Central Mountain Air
Hawkair
Northern Thunderbird Air

WestJet

Prince Rupert Regional Airport

www.ypr.ca

The Prince Rupert Regional Airport (YPR) is uniquely located 20 minutes from the City of Prince Rupert on Digby Island. Bus and ferry transportation is provided for all airline travellers.  

YPR is a key player in the Asia Pacific Gateway, linking Asia with vast North American markets through the North West Transportation Corridor.The Port City of Prince Rupert is the transportation hub of the North Coast, with major air, rail, road and marine links.

Hub Status                                                                  Commercial
Location Prince Rupert, BC
Hours of Operation 8am - 8pm
Approved Capital Expansion n/a
Customs Point of Entry Upon Request
Foreign Trade Zone No
Full Instrumentation Yes
Number of Runways 1
Runway Length 1,829 meters
Number of Days Closed from 
Bad Weather in the last Three years

0

Weekly Non-Stop Flights 40
Flights to Largest Cities Served 40
Greater Vancouver 40
Carriers

Air Canada Jazz
Hawkair