Thursday, October 27, 2016

Celebrating First Air’s 70th Anniversary

FA_70_logoFirst Air is…Devoted

First Air is devoted to the customers and communities it serves. Northerners count on First Air to fly them to various destinations year-round. Locals, business and leisure passengers rely on the safety record of the company to fly them to northern communities when they visit the North. As such, the Airline of the North strives to provide routes across the North that are efficient, safe and offered in a timely manner. READ MORE>



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