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Harbour Air acquires Whistler Air

Harbour Air’s fleet of seaplanes continues to grow with the acquisition of another airline.

The company merged with Whistler Air, which has been flying out of Green Lake for the last 27 years.

Harbour Air, which also owns Westcoast Air, now has more than 50 aircraft, servicing Nanaimo, Vancouver, Victoria, Richmond, Sechelt, Comox and Whistler.

For more information, please go to www.harbour-air.com.

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