Sunday, August 28, 2016

Celebrating First Air’s 70th Anniversary

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The First Air name is recognized in the aviation business with innovation and operational expertise for remote regions and unusual environments, particularly when it comes to flying in challenging weather and onto gravel runways in the North. Our safety-based approach and extensive northern experience are two of the main reasons why First Air aircraft and crews are a natural first choice when it comes to choosing an airline in Canada’s Arctic. READ MORE>

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