Thursday, December 12, 2013

Pacific Coastal 10 years of service to City of WL

Courtesy of the City of Williams Lake:

Williams Lake Mayor Kerry Cook today congratulates Pacific Coastal Airlines (PCA) as it celebrates 10 years serving the city with flights from Williams Lake Regional Airport to the South Terminal in Vancouver.

Pacific Coast Airlines Sales & Marketing Director Kevin Boothroyd was in Williams Lake today to celebrate the anniversary with a media event and a celebration.

“I want to congratulate Pacific Coastal Airlines on its 10 years of service at the Williams Lake Regional Airport,” says Mayor Kerry Cook. “Regular air service to an international hub such as Vancouver and the links to other British Columbia communities served by Pacific Coastal enhance our City’s tourism and commerce opportunities.

“Daily air access to Vancouver is an important retention and attraction factor for local residents, business, and industry as well. We sincerely appreciate Pacific Coastal Airlines' commitment to Williams Lake over the past decade. It is business investments like this in our community that are key to our sustainability and growth.”

Since beginning service to the airport on Dec. 8, 2003, nearly 200,000 passengers have flown on PCA.

No comments: