The Prince George Airport Authority (PGAA) understands the importance of being involved in our community. To achieve this, an active role has been taken by supporting Prince George’s various community initiatives and charity programs.
The PGAA is committed to cultivating and promoting the Airport's role and image within the community by:
Every summer, the Prince George Airport Authority hosts their annual Golf Tournament open to all stakeholders, associates, partners, and friends. All proceeds from prize draws and other activities conducted at the tournament are donated to various charities. Finally, through Operation Red Nose, Salvation Army Kettle Campaign, and the Festival of Trees, the PGAA continues to give back to the community that serves them.
The Prince George Airport Authority hosted the 12th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on July 12th, 2014 at Alder Hills Golf Course. $8,500 was raised for Hope Air which is a national charity that arranges free air travel to those who can not afford to get to medical appointments outside of their community. The Prince George to Vancouver route is the second busiest in all of Canada. A huge thank you to all the sponsors, participants and organizers for putting on such an amazing event. Work has already started on the 2015 tournament. Keep checking back here for more information.
The Prince George Airport Authority is very active in fulfilling donation requests from charitable and non-profit organizations to assist with their fundraising efforts in exchange for promoting YXS at events. The PGAA helps raise thousands of dollars for charities and benefits every year because we feel it is important to give back to the communities in which we serve.
Please view this page of our website for more information or to make a donation request!
The Prince George Airport offers tours to school groups and the general public. Visits last approximately 45 minutes and include a wide range of activities.
If you would like to book a tour of YXS, please contact Lindsay Cotter, Manager of Marketing, Communications and Community Relations at 250.963.2422 or lcotter(At)pgairport(Dot)ca.