Saturday, December 10, 2016

Celebrating First Air’s 70th Anniversary

FA_70_logoFirst Air is…Trusted

It all started in 1946 when a small aviation company, Bradley Air Services, began operating a flight school out of the Ottawa Airport in Ontario. Fast forward 70 years and that small aviation company, now known as First Air, provides essential air services to many remote communities in and across Canada’s Arctic. READ MORE>

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