Air travel in Canada can be made simple once you know which Canada airline flies where.
There are a few key players the provide air transportation in Canada such as Air Canada and Westjet but there are many other smaller regional airlines in Canada that fly to more remote areas.
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Canada's flag carrier, Air Canada together with its regional airline subsidiary, Air Canada Rouge, provides scheduled and charter air travel in Canada for passengers and cargo to more than 150 destinations, vacation packages to over 90 destinations, as well as maintenance, ground handling and training services to other Canadian airlines.
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WestJet Airlines Ltd. is a Canadian airline that provides scheduled and charter air service to over 100 destinations in Canada, the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean and more. Founded in 1996, WestJet is currently the second largest Canadian air carrier, behind Air Canada,and operates an average of over 425 flights per day.
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Air Inuit offers scheduled services throughout Nunavik five days a week. If you're in a rush or if you have a special requirement, seven day charter service is a phone call away for air travel in Canada.
For more information visit the Air Inuit website
Air Labrador is one of the oldest successfully operating airlines in the world and was established in 1948, as Newfoundland Airways.
For more information visit the Air Labrador website
Air North, Yukon's Airline is 100% owned by Yukoners and is becoming renown for their legendary in-flight northern hospitality, complimentary light meals including delicious "cheese cake" and Midnight Sun Coffee. They operate Hawker Siddeley 748 and Beech 99 aircraft between Whitehorse and Dawson City, Old Crow, Inuvik, Fairbanks and Juneau, Alaska. In addition this northern Canada airline provides non-stop Boeing 737 jet service to Whitehorse, Yukon from Calgary/Edmonton, Alberta and Vancouver, British Columbia.
For more information visit the Air North website
With over 30 years in business and more than 50 aircraft, Harbour Air and Westcoast Air have become the largest all-seaplane company in the world. Services now include frequent flights connecting Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, Richmond, Sechelt, Comox and the Gulf Islands along with a wide selection of scenic adventure tours and private charters. For more information visit the WestCoast Air website
Today, the "Bear" offers almost 200 scheduled departures daily to 37 destinations. No other Canada airline offers more service for air travel in Northern Ontario. Sioux Lookout and Thunder Bay combined offer over 40 departures daily and act as Bearskin's major hubs in the Northwest. Sudbury is emerging as a major hub in Northeastern Ontario and Winnipeg is also growing in terms of the amount of service offered to and from Manitoba's capital city.
For more information visit the Bearskin Airlines website
A full service carrier, Calm Air operates scheduled passenger and cargo flights as well as a charter service throughout Manitoba, and the newly created Nunavut Territory!
For more information visit the Calm Air website
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Canadian North serves over 42 communities in the north through their three gateway cities: Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa. By working with Northern service partners like Kenn Borek Air, Aklak Air, Calm Air, Air Tindi, and North-Wright Airways, we give you convenient, scheduled connections to destinations across the North.
For more information visit the Canadian North - Canada Airline website
Central Mountain Air
CMA currently contracts four of our planes and flight crews to Air Canada/Jazz to fly designated Air Canada routes in Western Canada on the following routes: Vancouver Penticton, Calgary Medicine Hat, Lethbridge and Cranbrook to carry Air Canada passengers which Air Canada sells and markets directly.
For more information visit the Central Mountain Air website
The Canada Airline of the North. Proudly providing scheduled passenger and cargo service between 24 northern communities with connections to Edmonton, Winnipeg, Montreal and Ottawa. Thier fleet of aircraft ranging from B737, B727, HS748, ATR42-300 and Hercules are available for charter worldwide.
For more information visit the First Air website
Harbour Air is the largest all seaplane airline in the world. Expansion has given the company bases across the entire of coast of British Columbia. Harbour Air customers can experience adventure in the Khutzeymateen - Valley of the Grizzly Bear in Northern British Columbia, search for Orcas of the shores of Victoria, or spend an afternoon on a secret lake north of Vancouver enjoying a gourmet picnic lunch.
For more information visit the Harbour Air website
Porter Airlines Inc. is a regional passenger carrier based at Toronto City Centre Airport. The airline is the third largest airline in Canada and currently serves Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Halifax Moncton, Mont Tremblant, Thunder Bay, Windsor and Timmins. Porter flys to several Canadian and U.S. destinations and has teamed up with JetBlue to expand its reach.
Porter Airlines flies from its own dedicated terminal at Toronto City Centre Airport, one of the most convenient urban airports in the world, situated just minutes from downtown. Complimentary Porter shuttle buses offer passengers a short transfer to Union Station, only steps from the financial and entertainment districts. The airport is also accessible by public transit, taxi, limo or personal vehicle.
For more information visit the Porter Airlines website
Air Transat Canada
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Air Canada Rouge
Air Canada Rouge is one of the largest vacation airlines in the world, serving 100 destinations in on five continents. This airline serves mostly leisure destinations in North America, Europe, the Caribbean and Asia.
Air Canada Rouge is a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Canada Enterprises Aviation Holdings Inc.
For more information visit the Air Canada Rouge website
NewLeaf Travel is not actually an airline but they call themselves an “air travel company”. We have included them here because even though they do not run an airline, they have partnered with one to provide low cost flights to Canadians. Their flight partner, Flair Airlines owns and operates the planes – New Leaf get the filled up. Based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba – the premise is that you only pay for what you want, you pay the base fare and then can add to it the extras such as seat selection. Current routes include select airports between Victoria and Halifax.
For more information visit the New Leaf website
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