Inspiring Three State Of The Art Boeing 737-800 Airplanes To Be Upheld By Air Inuit

Air Inuit announced the approval of an agreement for the acquisition of three Boeing Cutting Edge 737-800 airplanes to be added to its fleet as part of its primary objective to provide excellent passenger and cargo service to people in Nunavik, its organisation and more. The aircraft will be modified using Air Inuit’s innovative combi design solution to simultaneously provide safe and comfortable traveller administration and reliable freight conveyance.

Air Inuit's innovative combi design solution
© Air Inuit

Christian Busch, President and CEO of Air Inuit, said

“The addition of these aircraft to our fleet enhances our capacity to efficiently transport passengers and deliver essential cargo to the communities we serve,”

The Three Boeing Cutting Edge 737-800 Airplanes

The three Boeing Cutting Edge 737-800 airplanes will be fitted with primary deck freight ways to meet prerequisites at centre points across Nunavik and then some, which thusly administration every one of the networks of Air Inuit’s organization.

Christian Busch, President and CEO of Air Inuit, added

“Acquiring these modern aircraft also supports our airline’s goal of reducing carbon emissions and doing our part in the fight against climate change.”

By eventually replacing the venerable Boeing 737-200 aircraft currently in service, fuel emissions will be cut by nearly 40 per cent.

Locations of the 14 Inuit communities in Nunavik
© ResearchGate | Locations of the 14 Inuit communities in Nunavik

The three new airplanes will be presented progressively over the following two years. This armada modernization project and the development of the locale will require significant administrative speculations to overhaul Nunavik’s airstrips.

Air Inuit 737-800
© Air Inuit

Conversations are in progress with partners to guarantee this vision is created as per the needs of local area individuals. Further subtleties will be given before long. This expansion to Air Inuit’s armada denotes an achievement for the carrier which was established in 1978.

Noah Tayara, Executive Chairman of Air Inuit, said

“We can all be proud of this vital service which is celebrating 45 years of operation in 2023.

Once again, Air Inuit is demonstrating leadership as it grows and adapts to the changing needs of the communities it serves.”

Pita Aatami, President of Makivik Corporation, concluded 

“The modernization of Air Inuit’s fleet is part of a broader initiative to fulfil its mission as an instrument of economic and social development which is wholly owned by the Nunavik people,”

“This is made possible thanks to important investments by the Inuit of Nunavik.”

About Air Inuit

Air Inuit, a wholly owned subsidiary of Makivik Corporation that was established in 1978 by the Inuit of Nunavik, was established to provide air connections between the 14 coastal villages of Nunavik and the South in order to promote trade and safeguard Inuit culture.

The company is also committed to the development of this vast territory and the prosperity of its people by supporting a variety of community organizations, cultural events, educational and sports programs, and employment access programs for Inuit people. It also has over 1,000 employees and a fleet of 30 aircraft.

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Samuel Ayobami Ojerinola
Samuel Ayobami Ojerinola
Aviation Reporter - With a deep background in travel including previous work for LoveHolidays, Omega and HRG, Samuel contributes news and analysis here at Travel Radar. Samuel also holds a BA degree in Travel & Tourism Management from the University of West London.