List of Central Mountain Air airline destinations

CountryBritish Columbia
IATA code9M

Central Mountain Air was founded in 1987. The airline’s main hub is Calgary International Airport. It also operates such hubs as Edmonton International Airport, Vancouver International Airport, Prince George Airport. Central Mountain Air headquarters are located in Smithers, British Columbia. The current fleet comprises such aircraft as Beechcraft 1900, Dornier 328, Bombardier Dash 8.

CityCountryAirportIATA codeICAO code
1Campbell River, BCCanadaCampbell RiverYBLCYBL
2Dawson Creek, BCCanadaDawson Creek RegionalYDQCYDQ
3Edmonton, ABCanadaEdmonton InternationalYEGCYEG
4Fort Nelson, BCCanadaFort Nelson Northern Rockies RegionalYYECYYE
5Fort St. John, BCCanadaFort St. John North Peace RegionalYXJCYXJ
6High Level, ABCanadaHigh Level Footner LakeYOJCYOJ
7Kamloops, BCCanadaKamloopsYKACYKA
8Kelowna, BCCanadaKelowna InternationalYLWCYLW
9Lloydminster, ABCanadaLloydminsterYLLCYLL
10Prince George, BCCanadaPrince GeorgeYXSCYXS
11Quesnel, BCCanadaQuesnelYQZCYQZ
12Rainbow Lake, ABCanadaRainbow LakeYOPCYOP
13Smithers, BCCanadaSmithers RegionalYYDCYYD
14Terrace, BCCanadaTerrace-Kitimat Northwest RegionalYXTCYXT
15Vancouver, BCCanadaVancouver InternationalYVRCYVR
16Williams Lake, BCCanadaWilliams LakeYWLCYWL
17Calgary, ABCanadaYYC Calgary InternationalYYCCYYC