Tahltan Nation Development Corporation is excited to introduce its newest partnership – Tahltan-Pacific, which offers charter flights into Tahltan territory to serve the burgeoning resource sector in northwestern BC. Tahltan-Pacific is a joint venture with Pacific Coastal Airlines, a British Columbia-based airline that has been providing scheduled and charter airplane service to communities throughout the province for over 40 years.
With the number of existing and proposed resource development projects in the region steadily growing, having quick, easy and reliable access to the region is becoming increasingly important. Dease Lake with its existing airport is a convenient and central hub, which can save companies valuable time and dollars. TNDC’s new partnership with Pacific Coastal Airlines will help to serve this niche market.
Pacific Coastal Airlines and its charter business can accommodate the specialized needs of the resource sector. Its fleet of aircraft and its experienced pilots have the capability and expertise to serve remote communities like Dease Lake year round. www.pacific-coastal.com
Supporting the Tahltan Nation
TNDC encourages resource developers, service and supply companies, and its business partners working within Tahltan traditional lands to take advantage of the services Tahltan-Pacific provides, which will support TNDC and the local businesses and people within Tahltan territory.
To find out about the services offered by Tahltan-Pacific, please contact Spencer Smith, Vice President of Commercial Services at 604-214-2362 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Pacific Coastal Airlines
Operating a fleet of 24 aircraft, employing 300+ people and providing scheduled services to over 65 destinations throughout British Columbia, Pacific Coastal Airlines is truly in the business of BC.
With its head office located at the South Terminal at the Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Pacific Coastal Airlines is well positioned to support a variety of charter aircraft needs throughout Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest. As well, with their scheduled network throughout British Columbia, connecting staff and crew to and from these charters at the South Terminal (YVR) is easy and convenient.
Pacific Coastal Airlines operates a variety of turbo prop aircraft from the 7 passenger King Air 200 outfitted with executive seating and a washroom, to the 19 passenger Beechcraft 1900 Airliner which combines the ability to move larger groups as well as offering a generous payload, to the 30 passenger SAAB 340 aircraft with in-flight service, stand up cabin and washroom to meet all of your needs in comfort and style. www.pacific-coastal.com
Strategic and mutually beneficial partnerships
TNDC forms new partnerships carefully, selecting goods and service providers that share our approach to business, respect our values, and meet the needs of specific projects.