List of airlines of Manitoba

This is a list of airlines of Manitoba which have an air operator's certificate issued by Transport Canada, the country's civil aviation authority. These are airlines that are based in Manitoba.

Current airlinesEdit

Airline Image IATA ICAO Callsign Hub airport(s) or
headquarters
Notes
Calm Air   MO CAV CALM AIR Thompson Scheduled passenger service, charters, cargo[1]
Fast Air   PRB POLAR BEAR Winnipeg Air ambulance services, charter, helicopters[2]
Harv's Air Service Steinbach (South) Charters, flight training, air taxi[3][4]
Keystone Air Service   KEE KEYSTONE Winnipeg/St. Andrews Charters[5]
Kivalliq Air   FK Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson Scheduled passenger service[6]
Missinippi Airways   MA Missinippi The Pas/Grace Lake Charters, MEDIVAC (air ambulance), and scheduled services. Bases at Thompson, Norway House, Pukatawagan and Winnipeg.[7]
Perimeter Aviation   4B PAG PERIMETER Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson Scheduled passenger service, charters, MEDIVAC (air ambulance), flight training[8]
SkyNorth Air Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson Scheduled passenger service, charters[9]

Defunct airlinesEdit

Airline Image IATA ICAO Callsign Hub airport(s) or
headquarters
Notes
Canadian Airways   Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson 1926 - 1941
Established as Western Canadian Airways, purchased by Canadian Pacific Airlines
First Nations Transportation   Gimli 2003 - 2009
Greyhound Air Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson 1996 - 1997
Lamb Air   The Pas 1934 - 1981
Transair   TZ TTZ Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson 1947 - 1979
Started as Central Northern Airways, renamed Transair in 1956; sold to Pacific Western Airlines in 1979
Winnport   Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson 1998 - 2002
Winnipeg-based air cargo company flying to China; renamed to Cargojet Airways
Air Manitoba 7N NAM MANITOBA[10] Established as Ilford Airways in 1953, merged with Riverton Airways (c. 1960) to form Ilford Riverton Airways in 1963. Merged with Northland Airlines (c. 1961) to become Northland Air Manitoba in 1986 and renamed to Air Manitoba in 1992.Ceased passenger operations when AOC revoked in 1994. Existing as leasing company around 1997.[11]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Calm Air
  2. ^ Fast Air
  3. ^ Harv's Air Service Air Taxi Service
  4. ^ Harv's Air Service Archived 2009-09-04 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Keystone Air Service
  6. ^ Kivalliq Air
  7. ^ Missinippi Airways About Us
  8. ^ Perimeter Aviation
  9. ^ SkyNorth Air
  10. ^ "Please refresh this page".
  11. ^ Air Manitoba