Bull Harbour Airport

Bull Harbour Water Aerodrome Airport is an airport that located in Bull Harbour, a settlement on Hope Island in British Columbia, Canada. Its current status is unknown. There is no substantial information regarding both Bull Harbour Water Aerodrome Airport and the settlement, including the transportation methods in and out of Bull Harbour.

The province of British Columbia is currently served by 13 officially designated international airports (by Transport Canada). These are St John's, Gander, Halifax, Moncton, Fredericton, Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver. Vancouver International Airport, example, is served by many airlines that cover plenty of destinations, both within Canada and overseas. Some of these airlines are Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air Canada Express, Air Canada Rouge, Air China, Air France, Air New Zealand, Air North, All Nippon Airways, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, EVA Air, Island Express Air, Pacific Coastal Airlines, Philippine Airlines, US Airways operated by American Airlines, West Coast Air, WestJet, and more.

Bull Harbour is a settlement located in the province of British Columbia. It has an estimated population of 2-20 people. Unfortunately, there’s not much to go on about the settlement. One may opt to visit the British Columbia itself, which is the westernmost province in Canada. This mountainous region is unsurprisingly home to 14 designated parks and protected areas, as well as wild or semi-wild animals and several species of birds abound. Some of these are bears – grizzly, black, and the Kermode bear or spirit bear that are endemic to the province – and other species unique to or introduced by British Columbia are common dandelion, ring-necked pheasant, Pacific oyster, brown trout, black slug, European starling, cowbird, knapweed, bullfrog, purple loosestrife, Scotch broom, Himalayan blackberry, European earwig, tent caterpillar, sowbug, grey squirrel, Asian longhorn beetle, English ivy, fallow deer, thistle, gorse, Norway rat, crested mynah, and Asian or European gypsy moth. British Columbia’s flora is comprised of 14 biogeoclimatic zones where in 12 of them, white spruce or Engelmann spruce and their hybrids occur.

Airports near Bull Harbour:

 Getting to & from the Airport

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From Bull Harbour, turn left and head south to reach the airport.

 Location Details

Longitude:127° 55' 0'' W
Latitude:50° 54' 0'' N
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 Airport Location

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