PRINCE RUPERT AIRPORT


Prince Rupert Airport is the gateway to all that BC's Northwest Coast offers: breathtaking scenery, business opportunities, fishing, wilderness recreation, culture and history.

YPR is a key player in the Asia Pacific Gateway, linking Asia with vast North American markets through the North West Transportation Corridor.

The Port City of Prince Rupert is the transportation hub of the North Coast, with major air, rail, road and marine links. It has many amenties of a large city, with small town charm and friendliness.

 

AN ISLAND AIRPORT

view of airportPrince Rupert Airport is uniquely situated on Digby Island. Bus and ferry transportation is provided for all airline travellers.

The fee is included as part of your airline ticket. The trip is half an hour, with 20 minutes of that aboard the Airport ferry.


For those arriving by private plane or those meeting a seaplane, ground transport is available from the terminal to the Digby Island dock. >>more info

 

NOTE: Fuel and Shuttle phone number has changed to 778-645-0401 (Oct 4, 2013).

FLIGHT INFORMATION

Flight
Bus departs downtown
Bus arrives downtown Days
AC 8278/8279 9:10 11:25 Daily
BH 404/405 11:30 13:45 Tu-W-Th
BH 406/407 13:00 15:15 Fr-Sa-Su-Mo
AC 8280/8281 18:30 20:40 Daily
AIR CANADA

Go to Air Canada schedule (updated May 1, 2014)


 

HAWKAIR

Go to Hawkair schedule (updated May 17, 2014)


 

DIGBY ISLAND FERRY SCHEDULE

Go to Ferry schedule (updated May 17, 2014)


 

REAL TIME ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE INFO

Go to Real Time Arrivals and Departures


 

Flight Status
By Flight or Route

examples: AC 8280 or YVR to YPR
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