The latest edition of Pacific Coastal Airlines’ SOAR Magazine is on the virtual shelf, introducing readers to destinations and inspiring stories from around British Columbia.
Because while local travel only is advised right now, spring means there’s no better time to dream of – and plan – for those experiences to come.
And, for those living in Pacific Coastal’s numerous destinations around the province, you might just discover something new about your own backyard!
Enjoy this quick tour through this winter issue of SOAR, and view the full edition here!
- Celebrating 15 years of PCA service to Trail: PCA currently operates non-stop flights between Vancouver South Terminal Airport and Trail Regional Airport six days a week. To celebrate its 15-year anniversary in Trail, the airline shared a selection of local places for visitors to check out the next time they land in this West Kootenay town.
Malahat Skywalk set open this July: Expected to be completed July, this world-class tourism experience on southern Vancouver Island will feature an elevated wooden pathway constructed through an Arbutus forest leading to a gentle, accessible spiral ramp climbing to a 40-metre-high sightseeing lookout, where visitors will enjoy magnificent views of the Finlayson Arm and distant coastal mountains.
Seeking Solace: Kayaking in BC’s coastal waters, writer Linda Doctoroff joins Orca Dreams in a kayak adventure to a marine wilderness area near the Broughton Archipelago, nestled between Vancouver Island and the BC Mainland.
Find your fun – Penticton has it all: Penticton, in BC’s South Okanagan, is ripe for rediscovery this summer. Boasting a scenic locale, nestled between Okanagan and Skaha lakes, this beautiful town boasts an array of thrilling outdoor adventures, delicious culinary offerings and family-friendly activities. Even better, Penticton was added to Pacific Coastal Airline’s many BC destinations earlier this year, and now travellers can fly direct from Vancouver to this Okanagan hot spot.
Summer sizzles in Rossland: This mountain town offers great outdoor and culinary adventures … Come explore!
Go North – Five must-see attractions in Northern BC—when the time is right: When the time is right again to travel, northern BC has a host of places to visit. And Pacific Coastal Airlines has the means to get you there – check the airline’s website for a list of northern-BC destinations. In the meantime, dream of experiencing these five attractions…
Indigenous Adventures – New vessels and new tours in Campbell River: Indigenous tourism is about to get wild in Campbell River. Homalco Wildlife & Cultural Tours, a 20-year-old Indigenous community-owned business, is opening a new Homalco Adventure Centre in Campbell River, launching two new, state-of-the-art adventure tour vessels, and introducing a new Whales, Wildlife and Culture tour this spring.
Serving travellers for close to 40 years, Pacific Coastal Airlines provides regular schedule, charter and cargo services to 16 airports with connections to more than 50 destinations in British Columbia.
Watch for the next edition of SOAR Magazine coming up this spring.