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HARBOUR AIR
AIR LABRADOR
SITE
BUFFALO AIRWAYS
CALM AIR
CANADIAN AIRLINES
CANADIAN NORTH
CANJET
CENTRAL MOUNTAIN AIR
HARMONY AIRWAYS
HAWKAIR
JETSGO
NORDAIR
KELOWNA FLIGHTCRAFT
PACIFIC COASTAL AIRLINES
PROVINCIAL AIRLINES
QUIKAIR
TRANSWEST AIR
WESTJET
AIR CANADA
AIRLINES OF CANADA
AIRPORT
AIR ALLIANCE
AIR BC
ACCIDENT
ACE AVIATION HOLDINGS
AGREEMENT
AIR CANADA JAZZ
AIR CANADA JETZ
AIR CREEBEC
AIR GEORGIAN
AIR INUIT
AIR MIKISEW
AIR NORTH
AIR NOVA
AIR NUNAVUT
AIR ONTARIO
AIR SATELLITE
AIR TINDI
AIR TRANSAT
AKLAK AIR
ALBERTA CITYLINK
ALKAN AIR
ALLCANADA EXPRESS
ALTA FLIGHTS
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Harbour Air

  1. Harbour Air is a scheduled and charter airline based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Web site)
  2. Harbour Air is a scheduled service, tour and charter airline based in Richmond , British Columbia , Canada .
  3. Harbour Air is a small airline based out of Vancouver Harbour in British Columbia , Canada .
  4. Harbour Air is one of the largest all seaplane airlines in the world. (Web site)
  5. Harbour Air is the biggest floatplane airline in the world. (Web site)

Air Labrador

  1. Air Labrador is one of the oldest successfully operating airlines in the World.
  2. Air Labrador is one of the oldest successfully operating airlines in the world and was established in 1948, as Newfoundland Airways. (Web site)

Site

  1. The site was once occupied by the Canada Post Delivery Building. (Web site)
  2. The site was originally occupied by Eastern Airlines' 1958 terminal.

Buffalo Airways

  1. Buffalo Airways is a charter airline based in Hay River , Canada .
  2. Buffalo Airways is a charter and scheduled airline based in Hay River , Canada .
  3. Buffalo Airways is a family run charter and scheduled airline based in Hay River , Northwest Territories , Canada .

Calm Air

  1. Calm Air is a regional airline offering scheduled flights, cargo and passenger charter.
  2. Calm Air is a regional carrier. (Web site)
  3. Calm Air was 45 percent owned by Canadian Regional and continues to operate under separate management.
  4. Calm Air was set up in the year 1962.

Canadian Airlines

  1. CANADIAN AIRLINES is a 'carrier that cares'.It provides excellent services for the disabled traveler. (Web site)
  2. Canadian Airlines is a founding member of oneworld - a new customer-driven global alliance.
  3. Canadian Airlines is a good example of an undervalued company.
  4. Canadian Airlines is a partner in the oneworld(TM) alliance.
  5. Canadian Airlines was headquartered in Calgary, Alberta and had revenue of approximately $3 billion at the end of 1999.

Canadian North

  1. Canadian North is a canadian airline owned by NorTerra Inc.
  2. Canadian North is a domestic airline which is grounded at Yellowknife in Northwest Territories of Canada.
  3. Canadian North is a domestic carrier offering scheduled passenger and charter services across the country.
  4. Canadian North is a truly northern company.
  5. Canadian North is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NorTerra Inc., which is jointly owned by the Inuvialuit Development Corporation and Nunasi Corporation.

Canjet

  1. CanJet is a Canadian low-cost carrier based in Halifax, Nova Scotia .
  2. CanJet is a Canadian low-cost carrier flying to 15 destinations across Canada and the US.
  3. CanJet is a budget or no frills airline and that is evident from the minute you book a flight. (Web site)
  4. CanJet is a division of IMP Group Ltd., a privately held Halifax company controlled by the Rowe family.
  5. CanJet is a low fare airline operating scheduled service from Calgary to Toronto, Halifax, Moncton, St. John's and more. (Web site)

Central Mountain Air

  1. Central Mountain Air is a domestic airline of Canada.
  2. Central Mountain Air is a privately owned airline that services Western Canada.
  3. Central Mountain Air is a private company.
  4. Central Mountain Air was founded in the year 1987.

Harmony Airways

  1. Harmony Airways is a fast growing, low-fare, full-service airline committed to providing exceptional customer service at affordable prices.
  2. Harmony Airways is a Vancouver-based international airline that is committed to building on one success after another. (Web site)
  3. Harmony Airways is a Spirit of Vancouver partner and winner of this year’s corporate category at the SOV Awards. (Web site)
  4. Harmony Airways is a full service, low fare scheduled airline offering direct flights from Vancouver to Toronto, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Honolulu and Maui.
  5. Harmony Airways is a full service, low fare scheduled airline offering direct flights from Vancouver, Toronto, Honolulu, Maui, Palm Springs and Las Vegas.

Hawkair

  1. Hawkair is a popular passenger airline based out of Northern BC serving nothern BC and Alberta. +2
  2. Hawkair is a regional airline based in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada.
  3. Hawkair is a regional airline connecting northern British Columbia with the Vancouver area with both scheduled and charter operations.
  4. Hawkair is a regional airline operating in British Columbia. (Web site)
  5. Hawkair was founded in 1994 as a remote area cargo service airline.

Jetsgo

  1. JetsGo is a low-fare Canadian domestic airline.
  2. JetsGo was one of the new entrants in the Canadian LCC derby.
  3. Jetsgo is a leader when it comes to discounted and cheap airline tickets. (Web site)
  4. Jetsgo is a privately-held company.
  5. Jetsgo is a smiling airline with a can-do attitude.

Nordair

  1. Nordair was a Montreal based carrier that flew scheduled and chartered services.
  2. Nordair is a defunct Quebec -based regional airline founded in 1947 from the merger of Boreal Airways and Mont Laurier Aviation. (Web site)
  3. Nordair is a now-defunct Quebec -based regional airline that operated in the 1950s. (Web site)
  4. Nordair is a now-defunct Quebec ased regional airline that operated in the 1950s.

Kelowna Flightcraft

  1. Kelowna Flightcraft is a charter airline based in Kelowna, British Columbia. (Web site)
  2. Kelowna Flightcraft is a charter airline employing over 1200 people head quartered in Kelowna, British Columbia .
  3. Kelowna Flightcraft is a charter airline flying passenger and cargo for hire with a fleet of 14 B727-200 and 8 Convair 580s.
  4. Kelowna Flightcraft is a dynamic Aviation Company with a can-do- attitude and energy to match.
  5. Kelowna Flightcraft is a recognised leader in maintenance technology, have been granted numerous certificates for aircraft modifications and upgrades.

Pacific Coastal Airlines

  1. Pacific Coastal Airlines is a well established name on the Canadian West Coast.
  2. Pacific Coastal Airlines is a well-established name in the Canadian West operating a total of 12 bases, and flying a total of 19 aircraft. (Web site)
  3. Pacific Coastal Airlines is a well-established name on the Canadian West Coast employing over 300 people in 18 bases with a fleet of 24 aircraft.
  4. Pacific Coastal Airlines is an airline based in Vancouver and serves commuters on the British Columbia coast and Vancouver Island.
  5. Pacific Coastal Airlines is an established name on the Canadian West Coast, operating in the coastal regions of British Columbia. (Web site)

Provincial Airlines

  1. Provincial Airlines is the fastest growing airline in Atlantic Canada. (Web site)
  2. Provincial Airlines is an airline operating in the Procvince of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, providing passenger, cargo, and other air services.
  3. Provincial Airlines is a very compassionate airline, great to work with and they make the ‘travel experience’ as hassle-free as possible.
  4. Provincial Airlines is an airline based in St John's , Newfoundland and Labrador , Canada .
  5. Provincial Airlines is an airline operating in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, providing passenger, cargo, and other air services.

Quikair

  1. QuikAir is a small Canadian airline , serving business travellers in Alberta .
  2. QuikAir is a small Canadian airline, serving business travellers.
  3. QuikAir is the premier provider of scheduled flights between Edmonton City Centre Airport & Calgary International Airport. (Web site)
  4. QuikAir is the premier provider of scheduled flights between Edmonton City Centre Airport and Calgary International Airport. (Web site)

Transwest Air

  1. TransWest Air is a scheduled and charter airline primarily serving the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
  2. Transwest Air is a Schedule and Charter based airline based in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. (Web site)
  3. Transwest Air is also one of the largest independent air carriers in Canada.
  4. Transwest Air is an integral part of Saskatchewan aviation industry.
  5. Transwest Air was created in 2000 through the merger of Athabaska Airways and Air Sask. (Web site)

Westjet

  1. WestJet is a Canadian low-cost carrier based in Calgary, Alberta that flies to most major cities in Canada and now 11 cities in the United States.
  2. WestJet is a Canadian low-cost carrier based in Calgary, Alberta, that flies to most major cities in Canada and 11 cities in the United States.
  3. WestJet is a leader when it comes to discounted and cheap airline tickets. (Web site)
  4. WestJet is a major low-cost Canadian carrier flying to 23 Canadian and 11 US destinations .
  5. WestJet is a rarity in the airline industry due to the fact that it is non-unionized.

Air Canada

  1. Air Canada is a founding member of the Star Alliance, which was launched in May 1997.
  2. Air Canada is the official carrier of the Toronto Raptors basketball team.
  3. Air Canada is the world's 11th largest passenger airline by fleet size, and its largest hub is Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Airlines of Canada

  1. Articles in category "Airlines of Canada" There are 59 articles in this category.
  2. This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Template:Navbox Airlines of Canada page. (Web site)
  3. Pages in category "Defunct airlines of Canada " There are 52 pages in this section of this category.

Airport

  1. The Airport is a convenient gateway to Toronto and northern communities. (Web site)
  2. The airport is a major hub facility for Western Canada and is the home of WestJet Airlines as well as a secondary hub for Air Canada. (Web site)
  3. The airport was officially renamed Jean Lesage Airport in 1993. (Web site)
  4. The airport was originally opened at Uplands on a high plateau (then) south of Ottawa by the Ottawa Flying Club, which still operates from the field. (Web site)
  5. The airport was running low on glycol, a chemical used to de-ice planes. (Web site)

Air Alliance

  1. Air Alliance was an airline based in Canada. (Web site)
  2. Air Alliance was established in 1988 and became the leading regional airline in Quebec.

Air Bc

  1. Air BC was an airline based in British Columbia in Canada and now part of Air Canada Jazz.

Accident

  1. The accident was filmed by a local news channel (TV2-Nord) and broadcast live on national television.
  2. The accident was later re-classified to Category -A- and on November 28, 1942 the aircraft was reduced to spares and produce.
  3. The accident was traced to a crack in the spar, resulting in modifications and corrections to recommended airframe life estimates. (Web site)

Ace Aviation Holdings

  1. ACE Aviation Holdings is a major shareholder. (Web site)
  2. ACE Aviation Holdings is the new parent company under which the reorganised Air Canada is held.
  3. ACE Aviation Holdings is the new parent company under which the reorganised AirCanada is held. (Web site)
  4. ACE Aviation Holdings is the new parent company under which the reorganized Air Canada is held.

Agreement

  1. An agreement was reached and 51% of West Wind Aviation was owned equally between these two First Nations organizations.
  2. The agreement is for 16 787s on direct order with purchase rights for eight additional 787s.
  3. The agreement is for the purchase of 737-700 series aircraft with options on all aircraft to be converted to 737-800 if desired. (Web site)

Air Canada Jazz

  1. Air Canada Jazz - An economy airline, it offers flight booking, an interactive map, information on services, company news, and corporate profile.
  2. Air Canada Jazz is a regional partner, and there is also a premium jet charter service for corporate and professional sports teams called Air Canada Jetz. (Web site)
  3. Air Canada Jazz is a subsidiary of Air Canada which operates feeder and commuter services for Air Canada to 85 destinations in Canada and the USA.
  4. Air Canada Jazz is a subsidiary of Air Canada, operating flights to destinations in the United States and Canada. (Web site)
  5. Air Canada Jazz is a wholly-owned regional airline of Air Canada.

Air Canada Jetz

  1. Air Canada Jetz is a specialty charter service.

Air Creebec

  1. Air Creebec is a connector flight to Air Ontario and the Air Canada system with all aeroplan benefits applying. (Web site)
  2. Air Creebec is a connector flight to Air Ontario and the Air Canada system. (Web site)
  3. Air Creebec is a freight, mail, passenger, and charter service in Quebec and Ontario. (Web site)
  4. Air Creebec is a regional airline based in Val d'Or , Quebec , Canada .
  5. Air Creebec is a regional airline in Quebec and Ontario in Canada.

Air Georgian

  1. Air Georgian is a Canadian regional airline flying for Air Canada .
  2. Air Georgian is a contract carrier for Air Canada.
  3. Air Georgian is a regional airline flying for Air Canada .

Air Inuit

  1. Air Inuit is a lifeline,'' said Berthe.
  2. Air Inuit is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Makivik Corporation and provides air carrier services to the fourteen Inuit communities of Nunavik.
  3. Air Inuit is an airline providing scheduled, charter, cargo and emergency services for Nunavik in Canada.

Air Mikisew

  1. Air Mikisew is one of the major airlines serving the Northern Alberta region of Canada.
  2. Air Mikisew was awarded the Fort McMurray Business of the Year award in 2005.

Air North

  1. Air North is a local airline that has provided service to a variety of northern communities for many years.
  2. Air North is a regional airline based in Whitehorse in Yukon Territory.
  3. Air North is a regional carrier that operates out of Darwin with .
  4. Air North is a regional carrier that operates out of Darwin with services .

Air Nova

  1. Air Nova was an airline based in Canada and became part of Air Canada in 2001. (Web site)
  2. Air Nova was an airline based in Enfield, Nova Scotia, Canada and became part of Air Canada in 2001.
  3. Air Nova was an airline based in Enfield, Nova Scotia, Canada that became part of Air Canada in 2001. (Web site)
  4. Air Nova was established in July 1986 with two DHC Dash 8 -100 aircraft flying services to five destinations in Canada's north-east region.
  5. Air Nova was merged with Air Canada's other regional airlines to form Air Canada Jazz. (Web site)

Air Nunavut

  1. Air Nunavut is an airline operating in the territory of Nunavut in northern Canada.

Air Ontario

  1. Air Ontario is a ''connector'' airline focused on flying passengers between smaller Ontario towns and the Toronto hub airport.
  2. Air Ontario is a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Canada. (Web site)

Air Satellite

  1. Air Satellite is an airline based in , Quebec, Canada.

Air Tindi

  1. Air Tindi is a Canadian based scheduled and charter airline.
  2. Air Tindi is a Charter airline company which operates out of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories .
  3. Air Tindi is a charter and scheduled airline based at Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories of Canada.
  4. Air Tindi is a charter and scheduled airline based in Yellowknife , Northwest Territories , Canada .
  5. Air Tindi is a charter and scheduled service company.

Air Transat

  1. Air Transat is a Canadian charter airline. (Web site)
  2. Air Transat is a Canadian scheduled charter line that flies to the US, the Caribbean, and Europe. (Web site)
  3. Air Transat is a cheap but not cheerful airline.
  4. Air Transat is a decent airline and their service is offered in a large number of tour packages. (Web site)
  5. Air Transat is a member of Transat A.T. Inc., an integrated company specializing in the organization, marketing, and distribution of holiday travel.

Aklak Air

  1. AKLAK AIR is a commercial aviation company based in Inuvik, Northwest Territories.
  2. Aklak Air is an airline based in Inuvik in Northwest Territories in Canada .

Alberta Citylink

  1. Scheduled services are operated by Bar XH Air (established in 1974) under the name Alberta Citylink.
  2. Alberta Citylink, has contracted to purchase its leased Jetstream 32 (msn 943).
  3. Last check: 2007-11-01) Alberta citylink Is dim, and the tables are far enough apart to allow some privacy. (Web site)

Alkan Air

  1. By 1987, when float and ski operations were discontinued, Alkan Air was one of the main providers of scheduled service in the Yukon.
  2. Alkan Air is currently accepting resumes from AMEs. (Web site)
  3. The latest aviation job info on Alkan Air.

Allcanada Express

  1. AllCanada Express is a cargo airline based in Mississauga , Ontario , Canada .
  2. AllCanada Express was a cargo airline based in Mississauga , Ontario , Canada .

Alta Flights

  1. Alta Flights is a charter airline based in Edmonton , Alberta , Canada . (Web site)

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