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City of Campbell River Sector Profiles

The sector includes companies working in space and remote sensing, in-service support (ISS) and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), aviation training, advanced manufacturing and more. The city is also home to a number of helicopter and seaplane companies, as well as technology and manufacturing companies that are producing products to serve the aerospace sector.

Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace (CCAA)

Find out the shared vision, a set of tools and resources, and responsive plans at all levels (company, provincial/regional association, labour organization) and what they are doing to deal with current and emerging human-resource.

Sealand Aviation

Located in Campbell River, Sealand Aviation Ltd. overhauls, rebuilds and repairs small aircraft, and designs and manufactures aircraft modification kits and components. The company provides excellent maintenance and services on both float and wheel equipped aircraft.


SuavAir safely uses drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), to capture aerial imagery around Vancouver Island and British Columbia. They produce high quality, geo-referenced aerial photography, and videography for Forestry and work to improve environmental management.   

ASAP Avionics

ASAP has been maintaining, repairing and installing avionics since 1997. As a Transport Canada approved service centre, they consistently perform to the highest degree of engineering and skill.  

Pacific Coastal Airlines

With repair facilities in Port Hardy and Powell River review the latest career postings.

This company is located at Victoria International Airport providing manufacturing and maintenance employing 400 people. Currently they are bringing the Twin Otter back into production and provide unlicensed in-house training.

North Island College - Aircraft Structures Technician Program

A graduate of this full-time program will have the skills required to enter the occupation of Aircraft Structures Technician. Aircraft Structures Technicians are responsible for the assessment, planning and implementation of aircraft structural manufacturing and repair.

BCIT - Aviation Programs

Review 10 different certificate, diploma and degree programs in aircraft maintenance, manufacturing and design, airport management, flight operations, air traffic controller training and aerospace engineering.

Campbell River Airport (YBL)

Information about services and vendors at the YBL can be found here.

Comox Valley Airport (YQQ)

Information about services and vendors at the YQQ can be found here.

Harbour Air Seaplanes

Interested in seaplanes?  Harbour Air is one of the best.  Check them out here.

Transport Canada Approved Training

Review the list of training organizations approved by Transport Canada for Basic Training. Find out everything you need to know about each program by clicking on their organizations name.

Searchable database of information relating to approved maintenance organizations, publications, news releases and employment opportunities.

Cascade Aerospace in Vancouver is one of North America’s leading maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) organizations and aviation product engineering firms, serving major airlines and aircraft owners across the continent and around the world. Our pride is in our people. We invite you to experience the difference!

Air Canada

Become part of the diverse, innovative team that connects Canada and the world, and let your career take flight.


Information about the company and job opportunities throughout Canada.

Western Economic Diversification Canada

Read why aerospace in Western Canada is a good place to invest yourself. Find out what the advantages, strengths, and workforce highlights are in a climate of growth.