Regional Airports

South Cariboo Regional Airport

The South Cariboo Regional Airport serves the south Cariboo area from 108 Mile. The airport meets a wide range of aviation needs and serves corporate, government, recreational users, and medical emergencies.

Hub Status Regional Airport
Distance From Community 23 km
Hours of Operation  24/7 
 Approved Capital Expansion No 
 Customs Point of Entry No
Foreign Trade Zone  No 
 Full Instrumentation  Yes
 No. of Runways  1
 Runway Length  1,486 m paved runway
 Carriers  Chartered and Private Flights Only

 

Quesnel Regional Airport

The Quesnel Regional Airport is certified for day and night use. There are also a number of exciting opportunities at the airport for businesses to consider, including a wide range of land uses available for development.

Hub Status Commercial
Distance From Community Located in Quesnel
Hours of Operation 24 hours/7 days
Approved Capital Expansion No
Customs Point of Entry No
Foreign Trade Zone No
Full Instrumentation Yes
No. of Runways 1
Runway Length 5,501 ft. paved
Carriers Central Mountain Air

 

Williams Lake Regional Airport

Williams Lake Regional Airport has been a landmark of the community since 1956. The airport’s runway is capable of landing almost anything that flies.

Hub Status Commercial
Distance From Community 14 km
Hours of Operation 24 hours/7 days
Approved Capital Expansion

Application in process for
Asphalt overlay of taxi-way, snow plow truck, and terminal renovations

Customs Point of Entry No
Foreign Trade Zone No
Full Instrumentation No
No. of Runways 1
Runway Length 2,100 m paved
Carriers Central Mountain Air, Pacific Coastal Airlines, Lawrence Aviation

 

Lillooet Municipal Airport

The District of Lillooet owns and operates the municipal aerodrome, providing chartered and emergency flights to the community. 

Hub Status Registered Aerodrome
Distance From Community 7.8 km
Hours of Operation Dawn - Dusk
Approved Capital Expansion Runway extension to 1,524 m and adding lighting
Customs Point of Entry No
Foreign Trade Zone No
Full Instrumentation No
No. of Runways 1
Runway Length 1,216 m paved
Carriers Chartered and Private Flights Only

 

Anahim Lake Airport

The Anahim Lake Airport is a year-round airport with scheduled service provided by Pacific Coast Airlines, as well as many charter and private planes that use the airport to bring tourists to the region.

Hub Status Certified Airport
Distance From Community 1.6 km
Hours of Operation Dawn - Dusk
Approved Capital Expansion Runway extension to 1,524 m and adding lighting
Customs Point of Entry No
Foreign Trade Zone No
Full Instrumentation No
No. of Runways 1
Runway Length 1,198 m paved
Carriers Pacific Coastal Airlines