Membership application form: Here
Other members: (The companies in blue are linked to their individual websites.)
– Darryl Pankratz (Individual Member)
– Tyax Air Services/Tyax Adventures – Dale Douglas
-Van City Seaplanes – Peter Grimm
-Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources-Bob Crowell – MNR-Aviation services –
-Bella Coola Air Ltd.- firstname.lastname@example.org
-British Columbia Forest Safety Council – Dustin Meierhoferemail@example.com
-Fort Langley Air – John Crawford- firstname.lastname@example.org
-Sea to sky Air – Carlo Galvani- email@example.com
– Quebec Aviators and Bush Pilots Association
-Willis Towers Watson
-Alpine Lakes Air
-Luscombe Industries Limited
Harbour Air Seaplanes was founded in British Columbia in 1982 and has become the largest all-seaplane company in the world. Harbour Air services include frequent flights connecting Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, Richmond, Sechelt, Madeira Park, Egmont, Comox, Whistler and the Gulf Islands including a wide selection of scenic adventure tours and private charters. Proudly serving coastal British Columbia for over 30 years.
Pacific Coastal Airline’s Seaplane Division (now called Wilderness Seaplanes) proudly offers seaplane service from our Port Hardy and Bella Bella bases. Our seaplane fleet is made up of six aircraft: 3 Grumman Gooses offering a unique twin engine amphibious aircraft and 3 De- Havilland Beavers on both straight and amphibious floats. We offer scheduled wheeled-aircraft connections within our network- as far as Port Hardy and Bella Bella. From both bases onward, seaplane service is available to local coastal communities. Our seaplane network serves the North Island, Broughton, Rivers and Central Coast inlet areas, with scheduled service to Klemtu and Ocean Falls through the Bella Bella base.
Since 1970, Viking has grown to become a dynamic aerospace company, servicing a global customer base with high quality modification, repair, and manufacturing services. In 2006 Viking acquired the Type Certificates for the entire line of De Havilland heritage aircraft, DHC-1 through DHC-7, and in 2007, Viking launched the DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 400 Program, putting the versatile Twin Otter back into production. Viking currently operates from 150,000 square feet of manufacturing, assembly, modification and repair facilities located at Victoria International Airport and a separate 70,000 square foot final aircraft assembly facility at Calgary International Airport. Viking’s workforce exceeds 450 employees between the two operations with anticipated growth over the next five years. In addition to manufacturing the Twin Otter Series 400, Viking fully supports the worldwide De Havilland legacy fleet with new manufactured spare parts, in service engineering, technical support, fleet tracking and communications, technical publications, field support and warranty administration. Viking’s mission is to provide customers with quality components and services that meet or exceed their expectations in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Vancouver Island Air is Vancouver Island’s premier seaplane company serving coastal British Columbia since 1985. We operate De Havilland Turbo Otter, Beech 18 and De Havilland Beavers for all our flights and float plane services on Vancouver Island. Vancouver Island Air is located in Campbell River British Columbia, on north central Vancouver Island. We’re a 3 hour drive north of Victoria, the vibrant capital city of British Columbia, Canada
Inland Air Charters Ltd. is headquartered in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. In addition to Prince Rupert, we also operate a summer base in the Queen Charlotte Islands/Haida Gwaii. We are a charter business, with the flexibility to go where you want at nearly any time. We also offer a number of special-interest tourism products that include flight-seeing excursions, destination charter tours, crew and guest changeovers and paddler pick-ups and drop-offs. We fly our guests over some of the most interesting and spectacular landscape in North America. Some of our tours include ground stops so that guests can explore remarkable natural sites and locations of extraordinary cultural significance. We provide pre-flight briefings on all of our tours and visitor orientation for our tours into the national park reserve. We aim to provide the best possible experience for our guests. We fly in remote areas, where the influence of tide and weather dictate our operations and safety is our first consideration. Our aircraft are some of the best equipped in the industry, with intercom and headsets to ease communication between passengers and pilots. Our experienced pilots draw on their extensive knowledge of the area and provide outstanding aerial views and informative tours. We are one of a handful of operators who are privileged to operate in the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site. The unique cultural sites in the park reserve are being allowed to return to nature and the opportunity to see elements of historic villages is precious, because the sites are expected to be nearly invisible in another decade.*