Travel Security Information

CATSA

The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) is a Crown corporation responsible for securing specific elements of the air transportation system – from passenger  and baggage screening to screening airport workers.

CATSA is mandated with protecting the public through effective and efficient screening of air travellers and their baggage. Their goal is to provide a professional, effective and consistent level of security service across the country, at or above the standards set by Transport Canada.

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Security Information

Please visit the following websites for additional security information:

Security Screening: We recommend that customers allow extra time for security screening at the airport and  recommend airport check-in times accordingly:

  • 90 minutes for domestic/Canada departures
  • 2 hours for U.S. transborder departures to/from the United States
  • 3 hours for departures to/from all other international destinations

Customers are advised to check on the status of their flight prior to leaving for the airport by consulting their respective air carrier’s websites or the flight listings shown on the Prince George Airport’s Arrivals/Departures page.