The Prince George Airport (YXS) is positioned to become an important link in the emerging Northwest Logistics Corridor.

North America’s newest container port at Prince Rupert, British Columbia is the westernmost end of a 1,000 kilometre corridor dedicated to logistics connecting to Prince George and points beyond. YXS is focused on delivering World Class Service at savings that flow to a carrier’s bottom line.

Phase 1: Tech Stop Focus

  • Runway extension to 11,450 ft
  • CAT II Centreline Lighting
  • Dual Instrument Landing Systems
  • Full Service De-icing and Fueling Pads
  • World Class Aircraft Handing and Fueling
  • Boeing-certified Maintenance Support
  • 24/7 Operation – Customs availability
  • No operational restrictions
  • A380 capable infrastructure

JetMark truck and fuel tanks picture

Phase 2: Cargo Backhaul Initiative

  • Existing Integrator Presence
  • On-airport logistics park
  • Multimodal connectivity
  • Improved access to highway systems
  • Regional trucking initiative
  • Government approved trans-shipment rights
  • Developing cargo interlining capabilities
Logistics Park rendering

Phase 3: Cargo Origin and Destination Development

  • New Operational on-airport cargo facilities and infrastructure
  • Free Trade Zone
  • Economic Tax Benefits
  • Regional manufacturing initiative
  • Expanded logistics park development