|A&A Contract Customs Brokers|
Since 1979 we have built our business providing customs brokerage services, freight forwarding, warehousing, distribution and shipping services. We specialize in customer-driven solutions for cross border shipping, importing and exporting.
|Aerospace Industry Association of BC|
The Aerospace Industry Association of British Columbia is an industry association with a mandate to develop trade, business opportunities, and human resources in the BC aerospace industry. AIABC represents engineering firms, manufacturers and maintenance, repair and overhaul - MRO - companies in the aerospace, space, communications and training sectors of the BC aerospace industry.
|Air Transport Association of Canada|
The ATAC advances the issues that affect members' bottom lines. We deliver direct value through a set of services, which help shape the development of those issues in the public realm.
|BC Aviation College Programs & Courses|
A guide to Canadian universities, community colleges and career colleges. Includes profiles of universities and colleges in Canada along with their available certificate, undergraduate and graduate programs. The site also provides information for getting into university and resources for current and students who have graduated. Employment and career resources for students, graduates and those seeking a career change.
|BC Mountain Helicopters|
BC Mountain Helicopters services Vancouver Island.
|British Columbia Aviation Council|
With over 160 individual and corporate members, the BC Aviation Council represents most major aviation companies in the province. The BCAC speaks for our members with Governments at all levels; we support education and training for today’s industry; and we provide communications and networking opportunities to our members
|Canada Border Services Agency|
Main page of Canada Border Services Agency's web site.
|Canadian Air Transport Security Authority|
CATSA Canadian Air Transport Security Authority Home Page.
|Canadian Aviation Historical Society|
The CAHS was formed in 1963 and is the world’s premier organization dedicated to the celebration and preservation of Canada's flying heritage. Our members are diverse and come from across Canada and around the world. Many have been actively involved in aviation themselves, are engaged in the writing and publishing of aviation history, or simply share a lasting enthusiasm for this richly varied subject.
The CANPASS - Private Aircraft program allows CANPASS card holders on private aircraft to clear customs and immigration quickly and securely at participating ports of entry.
|Comox Air Force Museum|
The Comox Air Force Museum is a major tourist attraction in the Comox Valley on Vancourver Island. It is listed as one of the top ten things to do on a rainy day.
DTZ Barnicke provides a comprehensive range of brokerage services and value-added business advice in commercial real estate to leading international corporations, institutions and portfolio owners across Canada.
ATAG is based in Geneva, Switzerland, and is the only global association that represents all sectors of the air transport industry. Its mission is to promote aviationâ€™s sustainable growth for the benefit of global society.
This page gives access to Environment Canada's weather forecasts and current weather conditions for various towns and cities in British Columbia, Canada. It also gives access to a summary of current conditions for that province or territories.
Servicing Nanaimo Airport
|Flight Information Centre|
Flight Information Centre
|ISL Customs Brokers|
ISL Customs Brokers, established in 1964 and a division of Island Shipping, continues to be the innovative leader in providing customs brokerage and international trade solutions to business.
|Island Coastal Aviation Inc.|
Island Coastal Aviation Inc is committed to providing professional flight instruction to pilots seeking a career in flying, looking for unique adventures, or just the freedom and excitement that only flying can provide!
|Nanaimo Aircraft Maintenance & Aviation Services Ltd|
Located on Vancouver Island at Nanaimo-Collishaw Airport, Nanaimo Aircraft Maintenance and Aviation Services Ltd. is a Transport Canada Approved Maintenance Organization. We are fully licensed to perform routine aircraft maintenance, repairs, and structures. In addition we are piston and turbine qualified and hold M1 and M2 licenses. Nanaimo Aircraft Maintenance Ltd. maintains aircraft for private owners and commercial operators.
|Nanaimo Flying Club|
The Nanaimo Flying Club has over 100 members of which about half are actively flying. The Club itself does not own any aircraft but many members own aircraft of one type or another.
NAV CANADA is committed to becoming the world's most respected air navigation service. Our main focus is operating a safe and efficient system, however to ensure that we are meeting your expectations we want to hear from you. NAV CANADA is listening.
|NAV – Aviation Weather|
Forecasts and Observations for pilots
|Royal Canadian Air Cadets|
The Air Cadet program in British Columbia is as active, exciting and challenging as ever! Currently, over 3600 youth in the province of British Columbia are involved with Air Cadets in 52 Squadrons.
|The British Columbia Aviation Museum|
The BC Aviation Museum Society is dedicated to preserving aircraft and aviation artefacts. We collect, restore and display aircraft and artefacts related to the history of aviation in Canada, with emphasis on British Columbia.
|The Canadian Museum of Flight|
The Museum’s mission is Bringing British Columbia’s Aviation Past into the Future. With this in mind you will find a comprehensive collection of aircraft and artifacts illustrating this region’s long involvement with aviation.
|Transport Canada: Air Transportation|
Whether you are a passenger, a private pilot, commercial airline employee, flight instructor or want to learn about Transport Canada's role relating to airports and infrastructure, you will find what you need.
|Transport Canada: Canadian Aviation Regulations|
The Canadian Aviation Regulations are a compilation of regulatory requirements designed to enhance safety and the competitiveness of the Canadian aviation industry. They correspond to the broad areas of aviation which Transport Canada, Civil Aviation is mandated to regulate (e.g. personnel licensing, airworthiness, commercial air services, etc.)
|Transport Canada: Civil Aviation|
Vancouver information in the Pacific Region.
From our hangar/showroom/office in Nanaimo British Columbia, Venture Aviation Services Ltd. offers worldwide sales and acquisitions of a wide range of turbine powered and piston engine business aircraft.
|VI Military Museum|
Vancouver Island Military Museum.
Note: The information presented here is provided for convenience only and is subject to change at any time.