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List of airlines of Quebec

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

Current airlines

Airline Image IATA ICAO Callsign Hub airport(s) or
headquarters
Notes
Air Canada AC ACA AIR CANADA Montréal–Trudeau,
Toronto Pearson,
Calgary,
Vancouver(Edmonton international airport/Edmonton))
Flag carrier of Canada.[1] Largest in Canada.[2]
Air Canada Rouge RV ROU ROUGE Montréal–Trudeau,
Toronto Pearson,
Calgary,
Vancouver
Regional
Air Creebec YN CRQ CREE Val-d'Or Regional, charters[3]
Air Inuit 3H AIE INUIT Montréal–Trudeau Scheduled passenger service, charters, combi, cargo, helicopter[4]
Air Montmagny Montmagny Charters, sky diving[5][6]
Air Saguenay Chutes-des-Passes,
Lac Sébastien
Regional, charters, floatplanes[7]
Air Transat TS TSC AIR TRANSAT Montréal–Trudeau Scheduled passenger service, charter airline. Owned by Transat A.T.[8]
Canadian Helicopters CDN CANADIAN Les Cèdres, Quebec Charters, flight training, aerial firefighting. Along with Kelowna Flightcraft Air Charter, Atlantis Systems International and Canadian Base Operators operates Allied Wings.[9][10]
Chrono Aviation NDL
MBK
NEEDLE
MATBLACK
Québec City Jean Lesage,
Montréal/Saint-Hubert
Charter airline[11]
Exact Air Baie-Comeau Scheduled, charter passenger and cargo services, as well as supplying aviation fuel, ground services and aircraft maintenance and repair[12]
Jazz Aviation QK JZA JAZZ Calgary,
Halifax
Montréal–Trudeau,
Toronto Pearson,
Vancouver
Scheduled passenger service as Air Canada Express.
Nolinor Aviation NRL NOLINOR Montréal–Mirabel Charter airline[13]
Pascan Aviation PSC PASCAN Montréal/Saint-Hubert Regional airline, charters[14]
Propair PRO PROPAIR Rouyn-Noranda Charter airline, MEDIVAC (air ambulance)[15]
Skyservice Business Aviation Montréal–Trudeau,
Toronto Pearson
Charters, MEDIVAC (air ambulance).[16] Example colours only; aircraft now registered to Albatros Aircraft Corporation.[17]
Starlink Aviation Q4 TLK STARLINK Montréal–Trudeau Example colours only; aircraft no longer registered in Canada[18]
Sunwing Airlines WG SWG SUNWING Montréal–Trudeau,
Toronto Pearson
Scheduled passenger service, charter airline[19]
Visionair Quebec Visionair Québec City Jean Lesage flight training[20][21]

Defunct airlines

Airline Image IATA ICAO Callsign Hub airport(s) or
headquarters
Notes
Aeropro APO AEROPRO Québec City Jean Lesage 1998 - 2010
Air Alliance 3J AAQ LIAISON Québec City Jean Lesage 1988 - 1999, to Air Nova
Air Charter Systems Montréal–Mirabel 1986 – 1988, reincarnated in 1997 as International Cargo Charter and operating until 2003
Air Canada Tango AC ACA Montréal–Trudeau 2001 - 2004, name retained as a type of fare on its regular Air Canada services
Air Club International Montréal–Mirabel 1993 - 1998, charter airline with flights to Europe
Air Fecteau Senneterre (defunct) 1936-1967, sold to Quebecair
Air Gaspé Sept-Îles 1951 - 1986, became a subsidiary of Quebecair in 1973
Air Satellite 6O ASJ SATELLITE Baie-Comeau 1968 - 2008, to Exact Air
Air Schefferville Schefferville
Airtransit Victoria STOLport,
Ottawa/Rockcliffe
1973 - 1975, a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Canada
Canadian Colonial Airways Montreal 1929 - 1942, reformed as Colonial Airlines
Colonial Airlines Montreal 1942 - 1956, formed from Canadian Colonial Airways sold to Eastern Air Lines
Fecteau Transport Aerien Senneterre (defunct) 1936 - 1973, renamed as Air Fecteau
ICC Air Cargo Canada CIC Montréal–Mirabel 1998 - 2002, also listed as ICC International Cargo Charter
Inter-Canadien Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau 1986 - 1999, to Canadian Airlines International
Jetsgo SG JGO JETSGO Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau 2001 - 2005, entered bankruptcy protection
Maestro 5G SSV SKYTOUR Québec City Jean Lesage 2006 - 2007
Nationair NX NXA NATION AIRWAYS Montréal–Mirabel 1986 - 1993, owned by Nolisair
Nolisair Montréal–Mirabel 1984 - 1993, as parent company of Nationair
Nordair ND NDR NORDAIR Montréal–Trudeau,
Montréal–Mirabel
1947 - 1987, acquired by Canadian Pacific Airlines then merged into Canadian Airlines and Inter-Canadien
Quebecair Express QO QAE Québec City Jean Lesage 2003 - 2005
Quebecair QB QBA QUEBECAIR Montréal–Trudeau 1946 - 1987, began as Rimouski Airlines, acquired by CP Air 1986 and consolidated within Canadian Airlines 1987
Royal Aviation QN ROY ROY Montréal–Trudeau 1991 - 2001, acquired by Canada 3000
Trans-Canada Air Lines Montréal/Saint-Hubert 1937 - 1965, now Air Canada
Val Air VK Montréal–Trudeau 2003 - 2004
Thomas Cook Airlines Canada Montreal

References

  1. ^ Corporate Profile
  2. ^ Air Canada at Star Alliance
  3. ^ Air Creebec Archived 2012-05-29 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "Our Fleet". Archived from the original on 2010-07-08. Retrieved 2015-05-03.
  5. ^ "Outdoor Activities - Plane Rours and Sky Diving". Archived from the original on 2012-07-30. Retrieved 2015-05-03.
  6. ^ Forfaits
  7. ^ Air Saguenay
  8. ^ Air Transat at Transat A.T.
  9. ^ Canada Wings - Participants
  10. ^ "Canadian Helicopters". Archived from the original on 2001-11-17. Retrieved 2015-05-03.
  11. ^ "Chrono Aviation". Retrieved 2021-01-01.
  12. ^ Exact Air
  13. ^ "Nolinor Aviation". Archived from the original on 2010-07-12. Retrieved 2015-05-03.
  14. ^ Pascan Aviation
  15. ^ Propair
  16. ^ Skyservice Business Aviation
  17. ^ Canadian Civil Aircraft Register: History Search Result
  18. ^ Canadian Civil Aircraft Register: History Search Result
  19. ^ Sunwing Airlines
  20. ^ Visionair Québec (Visionair)
  21. ^ "Contact". Archived from the original on 2011-02-15. Retrieved 2015-05-03.


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