Prince Rupert Digby Island Airport

The Prince Rupert Airport is a public-type airport that is located 9.3 kilometres west-southwest of Prince Rupert, a city in British Columbia, Canada. The airport is classified as an airport of entry by NAV CANADA and is staffed by the Canada Border Services Agency. CBSA Officers at this airport currently can handle general aviation aircraft only, with no more than 50 passengers, but the airport is operated by the Prince Rupert Airport Authority. Prince Rupert Airport is the gateway to British Columbia's Northwest Coast. It is a key player in the Asia Pacific Gateway, linking Asia with the vast North American markets through the North West Transportation Corridor. Airlines that travel to the destination include Air Canada Express and Hawkair, which both operate flights to Vancouver. The airport has recorded 60,914 enplanements, and 1,065 aircraft movements in 2013. The airport is also connected to various aerodromes in the region, as well as ports. The airport can be accessed via ferry ride from the Digby Island Dock.
Prince Rupert Airport has a single terminal building which houses airline passenger services, pilot services, and administrative offices. The maintenance building is located to the south of the terminal, and is comprised of one of the two main buildings of the airport complex. It also houses the airport vehicle service garage.
Services and Facilities
Aside from the airline passenger services, Prince Rupert Airport handles various operations within its facility. The Prince Rupert Airport Authority is the aviation fuel supplier at Prince Rupert Airport, dispensing Imperial Oil Products. Private Aircraft Arrivals are also catered to here, as well as other transport services, including ferries, buses float planes, and helicopters.
Airports near Prince Rupert Digby Island:

 Getting to & from the Airport

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Head northwest on McBride St/Yellowhead Highway W/BC-16 towards 3 Ave W, then turn left onto 2 Ave W/Yellowhead Hwy W/BC-16 W and continue to follow Yellowhead Hwy W/BC-16 W. Turn right to the port, then take the Digby Island-Prine Rupert Ferry. Upon arrival, continue from the port to reach the Prince Rupert Airport.

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Buses can be taken from the Digby Island to the port which connects the city to the airport via ferry.

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Like buses, taxis may also be taken from the Digby Island to the port, where travellers can ride a ferry going to the airport. There are no direct land connections to the airport.

 Who flies to Prince Rupert Digby Island

 Airport Contact Details

Prince Rupert Digby Island Airport

Bag 4000,
Prince Rupert,
V8J 3S3,

Tel:+1 (1)250 6246274
Fax:+1 (1)604 6246893

Prince Rupert Airport Authority

 Location Details

Longitude:130° 26' 26'' W
Latitude:54° 17' 13'' N

 Airport Location

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