There are also a number of FBOs and Charters.
Availability of maintenance services is limited to the various scheduled and charter operators. Most don't do outside work on small aircraft. If you expect to require maintenance services while in Iqaluit, check ahead with the FBO to make sure they are able to help you.]]>
On Baffin Island, the regional airlines and charter operators are based in Iqaluit. Canadian No
rth is the main scheduled carrier. Calm Air serves the Kivalliq region, from a hub in Rankin Inlet. And Canadian North serves Nunavut's Kitikmeot Region. Air Inuit provides service in the Nunavik region of Northern Quebec. Air Canada/WestJet do not serve Iqaluit or Nunavut directly. Air Canada Jazz dropped its Montreal/Ottawa/Iqaluit run in August of 2011
Travel time by non-stop commercial jet service between Ottawa and Iqaluit is about 3 hours. Click Read More below for airline contact information.
For information on charter and FBO operators, click here.
The photo is a bit of nostalgia. That's the old First Air Boeing 727 that was a staple of the northern fleet for many years.]]>
There are a number of carriers based in Iqaluit you can talk to about charters in the region and the north.
Flight instruction is another story. At present, there are no services offering flight instruction in Iqaluit
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