Starlink Aviation

Starlink Aviation, initially known as Avionair, was founded in 1981 at Dorval International Airport, Montreal. Renamed in 1999, it expanded from a fixed-base operator to leasing turboprop and jet aircraft. Starlink began a Montreal-based corporate shuttle service in 2003, which ceased by 2013. Their fleet includes various aircraft models catering to private and charter flight services. Recently, Starlink has been associated with providing advanced satellite internet services for aviation, offering global, high-speed connectivity.


Historically, Starlink Aviation operated scheduled flights in Quebec and between Nova Scotia and Maine, USA. Currently, the company mainly focuses on charter services and does not have a fixed list of commercial destinations.


Starlink Aviation’s fleet consists of a range of aircraft including Beechcraft Super King Air, Bombardier Challenger, Global Express, Cessna Citation, Dassault Falcon, Learjet, Pilatus PC-12/24, and Raytheon 850.



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