Non-stop flights from Nanaimo (YCD)
Nanaimo Airport (IATA: YCD, ICAO: CYCD), also known as Nanaimo Airport, is a small airport in Canada with domestic flights only.
At present, there are 5 domestic flights from Nanaimo.
The longest flight from Nanaimo YCD is a 1,310 mile (2,109 km) non-stop route to Toronto YYZ. This direct flight takes around 4 hours and 33 minutes and is operated by Air Canada.
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Airlines flying from Nanaimo
In total there are 3 airlines flying from and to Nanaimo. These carriers are:
Popular destinations from Nanaimo
Below you can find a list of the most popular destinations from Nanaimo, based on the number of scheduled flights for this month.
Popular destinations with a stopover
Aside from all non-stop destinations listed above, these are popular destinations from Nanaimo that require a stopover:
Business class flights from Nanaimo
There is only one airport that has Business Class flights from Nanaimo, which is Toronto (YYZ).
International flights from Nanaimo
Currently there are no international flights departing from Nanaimo. To get from Nanaimo to another country you will need a flight with a stopover, for example through Toronto or Vancouver.
Domestic flights from Nanaimo
Flights from Nanaimo to Canada
There are 5 airports in Canada that have non-stop domestic flights from Nanaimo.
To Calgary and Edmonton, you can fly with WestJet.
You can fly non-stop from Nanaimo to Kelowna with Pacific Coastal Airlines.
The only airline with direct flights to Toronto is Air Canada (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in September.
Non-stop flights to Vancouver are offered by Air Canada (Star Alliance), Pacific Coastal Airlines and WestJet.
Alternative airports near Nanaimo
Below you can find a list of alternative airports to Nanaimo (YCD). The nearest airports to Nanaimo (YCD) are Nanaimo (ZNA) and Maple Bay (YAQ).
Frequently asked questions - FAQ
How many airports are there in Nanaimo?
There are 10 airports in Nanaimo: Nanaimo Airport (YCD), Nanaimo Harbour Water Airport (TC: CAC8) (ZNA), Maple Bay Seaplane Base (YAQ), Ganges Water Aerodrome (TC: CAX6) (YGG), Sechelt Aerodrome (TC: CAX3) (YHS), Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Victoria International Airport (YYJ), Vancouver Harbour Water Aerodrome (Coal Harbour Seaplan (CXH), Victoria Inner Harbour Airport (YWH) and Orcas Island Airport (FAA: ORS) (ESD).
What is the best airport to fly from Nanaimo?
You have multiple options when flying from Nanaimo. Although Nanaimo (YCD) might be a convenient airport to depart from, the biggest airport near Nanaimo is Vancouver (YVR), Vancouver International Airport, which offers additional flight options.
How many airlines fly from Nanaimo?
There are 3 airlines flying from Nanaimo to 5 airports around the world, as of December 2023.
Which airlines fly from Nanaimo?
WestJet, Air Canada and Pacific Coastal Airlines operate most flights from Nanaimo. To get a full overview of all operating airlines, please use the airline filter.
Which alliances are flying from Nanaimo?
Star Alliance is currently the only alliance flying from Nanaimo.
How many nonstop flights are there from Nanaimo?
There are roughly 300 flights departing from Nanaimo every month (or 70 flights each week), to a total of 5 airports - all within Canada.
What is the official name of Nanaimo Airport?
The official name of Nanaimo Airport is Nanaimo Airport.
What is the airport code of Nanaimo Airport?
The airport code of Nanaimo Airport is YCD.
What are the most popular flights from Nanaimo?
Vancouver, Calgary and Kelowna are the 3 most popular routes from Nanaimo. For a complete overview of all flight routes from Nanaimo, please use our flight map.