Covid-19 Updated Operations Status Updated June 25, 2020 Yellowhead Helicopters would like to take this opportunity to inform all that during this COVID-19 Pandemic that the decision was made this week, effective immediately, to suspend tourism flights for the Summer – Fall of 2020. We remain committed to providing service to our business clients in […]
Ops Status under Covid-19 Updated April 14, 2020 Originally posted March 30, 2020 Yellowhead Helicopters would like to take this opportunity to inform all that during this COVID-19 Pandemic that we remain open for deemed essential flight services only. During the current COVID-19 crisis, helicopter operations are permitted to provide flights for deemed essential services […]
December 19, 2019 Yellowhead Helicopters Prince George Base For the past 3 years, staff from the Yellowhead Helicopters bases have come together for the Christmas season to adopt a family in need. The St Vincent DePaul Society in Prince George assisted this year with recommendations for a family to help. Below is a photo of […]
BC Ministry of Forest, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development have been utilizing helicopters to capture members of regional wolf packs.
The Terrace BC SAR, search and rescue, team recently partnered with Yellowhead Helicopters for a class D external training exercise.
Beat Steuri has over 22,500 flying hours in 39 years, during which he spent 31 winters flying heli-skiers. At the end of the 2018-19 season, he retires.
YHL ops manager, Sean Rickards, interview by CKPG-TV regarding the upcoming changes to drone flying regulations.
Min of Environment and Climate Change found more than they were counting on during a flight over Wells Gray Provincial Park.
This base is closed. Phone: 1-(250)-963-9884 This helicopter base was closed in 2019. If you require helicopter services in the area, please call the Prince George Ops Centre 1-250-963-9884 to discover our support services in the area. Yellowhead Helicopters holds a current COR certificate with Enform – Energy Safety Canada for both BC and […]
05 December 2018 In March 2018, while conducting a caribou census in Wells Gray Provincial Park, a helicopter crew from the province’s Ministry of Environment and Climate Change discovered an unusual feature in the area. The amazing new discovery starts a dramatic new chapter for Canadian cave exploration. Geologist Catherine Hickson visited the cave back […]