Vancouver Harbour Control Tower

Vancouver Harbour Control Tower

Vancouver Harbour Control Tower

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The Vancouver Harbour Air Control Tower, which serves Vancouver Harbour Water Airport, is placed on top of the skyscraper Granville Square in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Built in 1973 it remains the highest air traffic control tower in the world, in the city with one of the world's highest levels of seaplane activity.

In 2009 the tower handled 54,741 aircraft movements, the 32nd busiest control tower in Canada. It is also the 8th busiest airport in BC and the busiest water aerodrome in Canada. Itinerant aircraft movements (from one airport to another) for the aerodrome were 54,711 while local movements were 30. The small number of local movements is because float training and circuits are discouraged in the busy Vancouver Harbour.

The major floatplane operators are Harbour Air and West Coast Air. Both of these operators offer scheduled passenger service to Victoria Harbour and Nanaimo Harbour on Vancouver Island. In addition, they fly charters to many small communities and harbours along the BC coast. Other floatplane operators in Vancouver Harbour include Salt Spring Air, Whistler Air and Kenmore Air Services. Floatplanes commonly seen in Vancouver Harbour include de Havilland Beavers (DHC2), de Havilland Turbine Otters (DH3T) and de Havilland Twin Otters (DHC6).

Helicopter activity is also extensive in Vancouver Harbour with the floating Vancouver Harbour Heliport located on...
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