April 19, 2017
British Columbia Airports
International Civil Aviation business (ICAO), a 4-letter airport area indicator. The area above is left blank if no ICAO location indicator is present the chosen airport.
Overseas Air Transport Association (IATA), a 3-letter identifier for the relevant airport. The area above is remaining empty if no IATA rule is present for the selected airport.
Airports are categorized in three groups: civil airports available for public use, armed forces airports and private airports not ready to accept the public. Airports being shared use, both municipal and military, tend to be shown as municipal airports.
|Civ.||Municipal airport, open for community usage (including shared use).|
|Mil.||Armed forces airport, perhaps not available for general public usage.|
|Priv.||Personal airport, perhaps not available for community usage.|
|Yes||Customs service readily available during airport operating hours.|
|No||Customs solution not available.|
|O/R||Airport features customs solution, previous notice is needed.|
|Pto.||Airport has part-time customs service offered, not just like the airport...|
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