|Ceased operations||April 30, 2018|
|Hubs||Vancouver International Airport|
|Parent company||Integra Air|
|Headquarters||Vancouver, British Columbia|
Orca Airways was a scheduled and charter airline based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The airline provided scheduled commercial service, cargo and charter services, and aircraft management in Canada and the western United States. Orca operated a fleet of that includes 14 Piper PA-31-350 Chieftains, 1 Fairchild SA227s and 2 Beechcraft Model 100 King Air. The company operated from the south terminal at Vancouver International Airport.
Orca Airways was a family-owned airline which was founded in January 2005, where it began operations in July 2005. At the time it only operated routes from Vancouver International Airport to Tofino/Long Beach Airport operating one Piper Navajo on this route. It soon began expanding to provide charter service and cargo service. Orca Airways had the largest Navajo fleet airline in Canada and continued to expand providing scheduled and cargo routes across British Columbia.
As of April 2018, Orca Airways flew to the following destinations:
- Canada, British Columbia
|Aircraft||No. of Aircraft||Variants||Notes|
|Beechcraft Model 99||1|
|Beechcraft King Air||2||Model 100, Model A100|
|Beechcraft Super King Air||1||Model 200|
|Piper PA-31 Navajo||14||PA-31-350 Chieftain|
|Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner||1||SA227-AT|