List of airlines of Canada,
Air Transat, Air Canada, Sunwing Airlines, WestJet Airlines, Porter Airlines, Canadian North, First Air, Air North, Air Inuit, Air Labrador, Flair Airlines, Swoop, Pacific Coastal Airlines, Calm Air, Bearskin Airlines, Air Canada Rouge
Air Transat's Airplane, Airbus A310
Air Transat is a Canadian airline in Montreal. Air Transat operating scheduled flights, serving 60 destinations in 25 countries. During the summer season its main destinations are Europe and in the winter season the Caribbean, Mexico, United States and Central America. Air Transat operates many year-round flights to Europe from their Toronto and Montreal bases.
Air Canada's Airplane, Boeing 777
Air Canada is the flag carrier and largest airline of Canada. The airline, founded in 1937. Air Canada flies to 21 domestic destinations and 81 international destinations including British overseas territories, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Overseas departments and territories of France, and United States territories, across Asia, Americas, Europe, and Oceania.
Sunwing Airlines is a Canadian low-cost airline headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sunwing Airlines offers scheduled and charter services from Canada and the United States to destinations within the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America, and domestic services across Canada during the summer months.
WestJet Airlines is a Canadian airline that began as a low-cost alternative to the country's competing major airlines. WestJet provides scheduled air service to 100 destinations in Canada, the United States, Europe, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Founded in 1996, WestJet is currently the second-largest Canadian air carrier, behind Air Canada.
Porter Airlines's Airplane, Bombardier Dash 8-Q402
Porter Airlines is a regional airline headquartered on the Toronto Islands within Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Porter operates regularly scheduled flights between Toronto and locations in Canada and the United States using Canadian-built Bombardier Dash-8 Q 400 turboprop aircraft.
Canadian North is an airline headquartered in Alberta, Canada. Canadian North operates scheduled passenger services to communities in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Southern gateways include Edmonton and Ottawa.
Watch Pacific Coastal Airlines Saab 340 Landing
Pacific Coastal Airline is A British Columbia based company, Pacific Coastal Airlines provides regular scheduled services from/to British Columbia. Pacific Coastal Airline's fleet consist of the Saab 340 and Beechcraft 1900.
Calm Air's Airplane, ATR-42
Calm Air is a regional airline in Canada. Calm Air provides scheduled flight services in Manitoba and Nunavut. Calm Air's fleet consist of the ATR 42, ATR 72 aircrafts.
Bearskin Airlines's Airplane, Fairchild Metroliner
Bearskin Airlines (Perimeter Aviation) is a regional airline. Bearskin Airlines provides scheduled flight services in Northern Ontario and Manitoba. Bearskin Airlines's fleet consist of the Fairchild Metroliner aircrafts.
First Air's Airplane, Atr 42-300
Bradley Air Services Limited, operating as First Air, is an airline headquartered in Ontario, Canada. Canadian Airlines First Air operates services to 34 communities in Nunavut, Nunavik, and the Northwest Territories.
Air North's Airplane, Boeing-737-400
Canadian Airlines Air North. Yukon's Airline is a Canadian airline based in Whitehorse, Yukon. Air North operates scheduled passenger services throughout the Yukon, with flights to the Northwest Territories, Alaska, British Columbia, Alberta,and Ontario.
Air Inuit is an airline based in Dorval, Quebec, Canada. Air Inuit operates domestic passenger services in Nunavik and Nunavut.
Air Labrador's Airplane, DHC 8
Canadian Airlines Air Labrador is a regional airline based in Labrador, Canada. Air Labrador operates scheduled daily passenger and freight services throughout Labrador and Quebec.
Flair Airlines's Airplane, Boeing 737-490
Flair Airlines is a low-cost carrier airline in Canada. Flair is one of canada airlines in our canada airlines list. Flair Airlines operates scheduled passenger services throughout canada and usa. Edmonton International Airport is its main base.
Swoop Airlines's Airplane, Boeing 737-800
Swoop is a Canada’s low-cost airline. Swoop provides regular scheduled services to many destinations in Canada, the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean. Swoop's fleet consist of Boeing 737-800 Next Generation series
Air Canada Rouge's Airplane, Boeing 767-300
Air Canada Rouge, subsidiary of Air Canada. Air Canada Rouge is a low-cost airline. Air Canada Rouge began services in 2013. Air Canada Rouge operates scheduled flights to leisure destinations in Europe, the Caribbean, South and Central America, Mexico, and the United States. Air Canada Rouge's fleet consist of boeing and airbus aircrafts. Boeing 767-300ER is the main model of its fleet. Air Canada Rouge's Boeing 767-300ER interior Specifications; Two different class, Premium Rouge and Economy Class. Premium Rouge has 2x2x2 seat configuration and total 24 seats. Economy Class has 2x3x2 seat configuration and total 258 seats.
How many airlines are there in Canada?
There are many airlines in Canada. on our list; There are 16 airlines that are over a certain size and offer scheduled passenger transportation.
What is Canada's largest airline?
Air Canada is the flag carrier and largest airline of Canada.
What is the best airline in Canada?
Probably, Air Canada is the best airline company in Canada.