A Journey North with Air Inuit

Sebastian Schmitz fulfils a lifelong dream as he travels to Canada to experience the famous ‘milk-run’ routes connecting communities in the extreme north of Québec.

Air Inuit operates a colourful fleet of turboprop and jet aircraft.
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The headquarters of Air Inuit is located in Montré al.
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This boarding pass went on to bring the author so much joy – seven flight legs under one flight number.

Air Inuit is one of several remarkable airlines plying their trade in northern Canada. The Inuit-owned carrier began operations with a single de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver in 1978 and today, more than 40 years later, has grown into a significant regional player.

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