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Find out what is up with Air Inuit. Learn about the latest developments in our expanding air transport services for individual and corporate customers ranging from seasonal workers and scientists to entrepreneurs and mining companies.

Fly with Air Inuit

An out of this world familiarization flight for 40 Air Cadets from the Montreal 690 Lakeshore squadron

Bannock takes to the air!

Bannock takes to the air!

Introducing Inuit, the magazine

Discover our exciting new in-flight magazine .

High praise for our new livery

The rebrand captured the imagination of aviation enthusiasts and graphic designers around the world.

A Magnificent New Bird Takes Flight

A second Boeing 737 specially adapted for northern operations graces Air Inuit’s growing fleet of aircraft.

Air Inuit reduces fuel surcharges

The applicable fuel surcharge will decrease from 6.1% to 5.96% on October 15, 2014.

New Colors Inspired By Inuit Art and Lifestyle

Air Inuit’s new brand identity celebrates the company’s Inuit origins and new vision for the future.

Puvirnituq Gets New Expanded Airport Terminal

Much anticipated modernization of one of Nunavik’s busiest airports promises to further develop the region.

Celebrating 35 years of service to Nunavik.

Send in photographs, artifacts and stories to help us commemorate our upcoming milestone. You could win free tickets! extrait