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2011 Fly-In Arrives to Pemberton

Photo by Dave Steers

Posted on Friday, July 15, 2011

An update on the newly announced Fly-In from Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Pemberton Flying Club Fly-InA 2011 Fly-In has been organized by Vancouver Coast &Mountains Tourism Region with support from the Village of Pemberton  to attract pilots from the United States and British Columbia  within a days flying time of a number of BC Airports – The first stop will be Kamloops where pilots will clear Canada Customs. Other airports in the pre-planned journey include Lillooet, Pemberton and Pitt Meadows.


"Fly me to the Moon!"

When Frank Sinatra sang that legendary song, Fly me to the Moon, he would certainly have included Super, Natural British Columbia in his thoughts of travelling there. Where would he have explored along the way? Without doubt, stops in Kamloops, Lillooet, Pemberton and Pitt Meadows would have been high on his agenda.

BC's 2011 Fly-In

Take part in the 2011 Fly-In and you, too, can discover these unique treasures of British Columbia hospitality and friendship. There are two sets of dates to choose from:  August 18 to 23, 2011 and September 2 to 7, 2011.

Upon arrival all participants will be greeted with BC’s Friendliest Welcome at the Kamloops Airport. A great way to start your journey! An information booth and package will be provided to all participants by a knowledgeable host that will be able to answer any questions that you may have. The package will include information about communities that you will be visiting, maps and valuable coupons to use during your stay. A designated welcome and rendezvous area will be set up at the East end of the Kamloops Airport on both Thursday, August 18th and Friday, September 2nd from 8:30 to 16:30 each day.

Planned Journeys... Authentic Experiences

Be the first to take this pre-planned journey as the communities come together to offer many authentic experiences, such as Centre of the Universe in Kamloops, ancient fishing grounds and pithouses in Lillooet, the Slow Food movement in Pemberton and exciting tree top adventures in Pitt Meadows. So many more possibilities wait for you at, where there is also information on accommodation and travel.

Note regarding customs: Your adventure begins in the welcoming community of Kamloops.  Please be advised that Customs hours at the Kamloops Airport are between 8:30 and 16:30, Monday to Friday.  Aircraft not arriving during the specified times will be directed to other locations for clearance.


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