Air Inuit

Air Inuit, headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, is a regional airline serving Nunavik and Northern Quebec. Founded in 1978 by the Inuit people, the airline connects remote communities with southern Quebec and beyond, offering passenger, charter, and cargo services. Its commitment to the northern communities it serves is reflected in its operations and service offerings, facilitating essential connectivity in these remote regions.


Air Inuit provides vital connections across Northern Quebec, including destinations like Sept-Îles, Tasiujaq, and Umiujaq. The airline’s extensive network supports the transportation needs of the communities in Nunavik, southern Quebec, and Nunavut, underscoring its role as a crucial link between remote areas and urban centers.


The fleet includes Beechcraft Super King Air, Boeing 737s in various series, de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, and De Havilland Canada Dash 8 aircraft. This diverse fleet enables Air Inuit to offer both passenger and cargo services, adapting to the unique requirements of operating in the North, including the ability to land on gravel airstrips.


  • IATA: 3H

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