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Do you have an important package that needs to get there?

Ship time sensitive envelopes and packages with the speed and reliability of Helijet Air Cargo.
Helijet carries cargo on most scheduled flights between Vancouver Harbour and Victoria Harbour or Nanaimo Harbour.


Please call us for current shipping schedule.

  • Vancouver Harbour:
    455 Waterfront Road West
    Vancouver, British Columbia
    vancargo [at]
  • Victoria Harbour: 
    79 Dallas Road
    Victoria, British Columbia
    viccargo [at]
  • Nanaimo Harbour:
    100 Port Way
    Nanaimo, British Columbia


  • Heli-Cargo: 
    Maximum Weight: 4.5kg(10lbs)
    Dimensions: 48cm X 15cm X 25cm
  • Heli-Courier:
    Maximum Weight: 13.6kg(30lbs)
    Dimensions: 69cm X 61cm X 43cm


  • Overweight: 13.6 – 22.7kg (30 to 50lbs)
  • Overweight: 23kg and over (51lbs and over)
  • Dangerous Goods*: must be declared to Helijet Cargo

All Prices are in Canadian Dollars unless otherwise noted. Rates subject to change without notice and do not include applicable taxes.
Shipments must be received and processed a minimum of 30 minutes prior to scheduled flight departure.


In agreement with Transport Canada rules, Helijet reserves the right to inspect packages before departure.

Cargo cannot exceed the maximum dimensions of the Sikorsky S76 baggage compartment :
Baggage Volume – 38 cu ft
Baggage Length – 2.9ft
Baggage Width – 5.8ft
Baggage Height – 2.25ft

For the comfort and safety of animals, Helijet does not transport animals of any variety, this includes; personal pets, animals destined for sale (pet stores), laboratory/medical animals or special assistance animals.

Dangerous Goods must be declared prior to being accepted by Helijet Cargo.
Lithium batteries contained in electronic equipment are Dangerous Goods (UN3481, UN3091).

  • Laptop Computers
  • Radios
  • Satellite Phones
  • Mobile Phones

Shipments containing these items must be declared to Helijet Cargo

Dangerous Goods cannot be stored and will not be accepted, for overnighting at the terminals.
If the Dangerous Goods shipment is not able to be shipped on the last flight of the day, the shipper/courier must hold the goods overnight at their own facility, and deliver them back to Helijet for shipment the next day.