- Harbour Air
Harbour Air Seaplanes IATA
Founded 1982 Hubs Vancouver Harbour
Victoria Inner Harbour
Secondary hubs Vancouver International
Frequent-flyer program High Flyer Rewards Fleet size 39 Destinations 12 Company slogan Your Seaplane Professionals Headquarters Richmond, British Columbia Key people -Greg McDougall, Chief Executive Officer
-Peter Evans, President
-Doug Hamerton, VP Maintenance
-Lindsay Hill, VP Finance
-Randy Wright, VP Sales & Marketing
-Chad Wetsch, VP Ground Operations
Harbour Air is a scheduled service, tour and charter airline based in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. The airline specializes in routes between Vancouver, Nanaimo, Victoria, Sechelt, Comox and the Gulf Islands, primarily with de Havilland Canada floatplanes. Along with West Coast Air, they also operate de Havilland Beavers and de Havilland Twin Otters.
The airline was established and started operations in 1982 as Windoak Air Service to provide seaplane charter services for the forestry industry in British Columbia. In 1993, Harbour Air purchased Trans-Provincial Airlines, added charter flights to resorts, and increased scheduled services. Today, Harbour Air refers to itself as the world's largest all-seaplane airline and became North America's first carbon neutral airline. A small subsidiary, Harbour Air Malta, was set up in June 2007 and a DHC-3 Turbo Otter floatplane is permanently based in Valletta, Malta for scheduled flights to Gozo and sightseeing trips around the islands. Harbour Air Magazine is the official in-flight magazine of Harbour Air.
On February 16, 2010, Deloitte Canada announced that Harbour Air was a winner of a 2009 Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies Award. This national award is sponsored by Deloitte, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Commercial Banking, National Post and Queen's School of Business.
On March 31, 2010, Harbour Air completed the acquisition of West Coast Air successfully consolidated their terminal services.
Destinations as of June 2011:
- Vancouver (Vancouver Harbour Water Airport)
- Richmond (Vancouver International Water Airport)
- Nanaimo (Nanaimo Harbour Water Airport)
- Victoria (Victoria Inner Harbour Airport)
- Masset (Masset Water Aerodrome)
- Queen Charlotte (Queen Charlotte City Water Aerodrome)
- Sandspit (Sandspit Airport)
- Port Simpson (Port Simpson Water Aerodrome)
- Hartley Bay (Hartley Bay Water Aerodrome)
- Kitkatla (Kitkatla Water Aerodrome)
- Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert/Seal Cove Water Airport).
Harbour Air Aircraft Count
Variants Notes de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter 5 0 DHC-6-100 18 passengers de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter 18 16 DHC-3-T Turbo Otter 10-14 passengers de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver 14 9 Beaver I 5-6 passengers Cessna 185 Skywagon 1 2 Cessna 180 1-3 passengers Bell 206 0 1 206B helicopter Cessna 172 0 1 172M 3 passengers Robinson R44 0 1 II helicopter
- ^ Airline Codes
- ^ a b Aircraft Fleet
- ^ a b Flight Schedules
- ^ Corporate
- ^ In Flight Magazine
- ^ Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies announced
- ^ a b Fact Sheet
- ^ "Harbour Air grounds Langley-to-Victoria service". bclocalnews.com. May 06, 2011. http://www.bclocalnews.com/surrey_area/langleytimes/news/121403943.html. Retrieved August 2, 2011.
- ^ Spring Schedule
- ^ Transport Canada listing of aircraft owned by "Harbour Air" or "North Pacific Seaplanes" (enter Harbour Air or North Pacific Seaplanesin the box titled "Owner Name")
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