Super Camping British Columbia
Super Camping British Columbia

Super Camping
British Columbia
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Travellers Know Before You Travel.  Province wide campfire bans in place - learn more.

Forest Trail, Golden Ears Provincial Park, Maple Ridge BC - Photo Joss Penny

Air Travel

Most major destinations in British Columbia can be accessed by air travel via Air Canada, Canada’s largest airline, and WestJet, the country’s secondary carrier. Regional airlines such as Pacific Coastal Airlines, Central Mountain Air, Tofino Air and specialty airline companies such as Seair Seaplanes, Harbour Air Seaplanes and Helijet (helicopter airline service) have scheduled services around the province. Below are links to international airports in British Columbia and Alberta and various regional and local airports in British Columbia.

International Airports British Columbia

International Airports Alberta

Larger Regional Airports in British Columbia

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Region

Kootenay Rockies Tourism Region

Northern British Columbia

Thompson Okanagan Tourism Region

Vancouver Coast and Mountains Tourism Region

Vancouver Island, Victoria and The Gulf Islands Tourism Region

For a complete list of British Columbia’s regional airports and website links visit the official government webpage for Certified Airports in BC.

Private Aircraft

If you fly to Canada from the United States in a private aircraft that carries no more than 15 people, refer to CANPASS, the Private Aircraft program.

The pilot of the private aircraft leaving a US airport must advise Canadian customs by calling 1-888-226-7277 at least two hours, but not more than 48 hours, before flying into the country. Flights originating outside Canada and the US must contact the telephone reporting centre (TRC) at:

TRC for All of Canada
Hamilton, ON
Telephone: 905-679-2073
Fax: 905-679-6877

Camping Lodging

The Super Camping / Select Lodging Guide

First Published in 1989