Your Health & Safety

People with Masks

Before you travel

Due to COVID19, until further notice, any persons entering our facilities and any persons boarding our aircraft with luggage or equipment are required to conduct self-cleaning practices (“Self-Cleaning”) using disinfectants and hand sanitizers as approved by recent Health Canada guidelines.


Also, all individuals are required to adhere to social distancing (6FT or 1.83M) and other safety guidelines as published by the BC Center for Disease Control. All passengers should arrive 45 minutes before each flight to conduct our safety Pre-Boarding Checklist as described. 

We have modified our aircraft seating capacity to a maximum of 6 passengers to provide more distance per passenger. We have also adopted mandatory passenger screening during check-in, and safety masks are required to be worn while in our departure area, and during each flight. 


We have adopted Part 2 – Health Check and Questionnaire for Health Check practices on managing travelers and check-in procedures pursuant to Transport Canada Interim Order Sub-section 6.41(1) of the Aeronautics Act.


For our latest updates, please see our Travel Policies

Cleaning Practices

Cascadia Aircraft Cleaning during Covid1

Facilities & Aircraft

At our facilities before and after each major personnel shift, we conduct regular wipe downs, floor mopping, sprays, and other sanitization practices (“Cleaning”) using materials, liquids, and disinfectants as approved by recent Health Canada guidelines

Our internal best practices on cleaning and other safety procedures have been created pursuant to recommendations and guidelines as published by the Government of Canada.


For more information on our cleaning safety practices, click here or view our latest updates in Travel Policies.

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