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2024-06-11T07:06:31.752401-07:00

Vancouver Port May Revise Rules Following Seaplane and Boat Collision

Following a recent seaplane crash into a pleasure boat at Coal Harbour, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority has indicated that regulations for seaplane operations could be updated based on TSB recommendations.

2024-06-08T15:41:35.563830-07:00

Floatplane Collides with Boat in Vancouver's Coal Harbour, Injuries Reported

Emergency crews responded to a floatplane crash in Vancouver's Coal Harbour, resulting in multiple injuries and hospitalizations. The incident involved a collision with a boat.

2024-05-29T10:53:25.317655-07:00

Harbour Air Expands with New Routes, Summer Sale, and Tour Package

Harbour Air introduces new flight routes and destinations, alongside a summer seat sale and an expanded tour package, enhancing travel options for the season.

A lot has changed since we started flying B.C’s coast back in 1982. We’ve grown from a two seaplane airline servicing the forestry industry to one of the world’s largest all-seaplane airlines in the world, flying over 500,000 passengers a year (prior to March 2020). Throughout the company’s growth and memorable milestones, what hasn’t changed is our commitment to safety, team spirit, innovation and service. We’re here to share a little bit about what makes Harbour Air unique and some of the accolades we’ve earned along the way.

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