Air Inuit Customer Service Phone Number

Book Your Flights with Air Inuit

Air Inuit is an important airline that offers scheduled, cargo and emergency transportation, round the clock, all through the year. The airline is based in the Montreal borough of Saint Laurent, Quebec, Canada. The main base of the airline is in Kuujjuaq airport.

To make your reservation with Air Inuit, call on our customer support phone number and we can help you out with the flight bookings, special discounts and more.

Air Inuit Flight Information

Air Inuit started its operations in 1978 with its aircraft de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver. The airline is jointly owned by the Inuit of Nunavik through the Makivik Corporation. In 2012, Air Inuit relocated the headquarters to a new facility on Côte-Vertu Boulevard near the Montreal-Trudeau International Airport. At present Air Inuit offers multiple scheduled as well as charter flights to multiple destinations across the country. To know more about the flights and make your reservations, call on the Air Inuit customer care phone number and we can help you out with your flight requirements.

Book your Flight with Air Inuit

Getting started with your reservation with Air Inuit is quite simple. The things that you need to keep in mind is to identify the destination you want to travel to and then connect through the Air Inuit customer support phone number. We will not only help you with the reservations but also help you with the latest offers and deals to plan your travel out.

Another great way to go about it is to pick from the popular Air Inuit flight routes and pick the one you want to select. We will share the seat availability, flight route and the offers running. Just call us on the Air Inuit customer support phone number and experience the best flying experience.

Popular Routes by Air Inuit

Air Inuit has some great routes that it flies out now. Check these routes and start packing right away.

Scheduled flights Air Inuit

  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Wabush (Wabush Airport)
  • Nunavut
  • Sanikiluaq (Sanikiluaq Airport)
  • Quebec
  • Akulivik (Akulivik Airport)
  • Aupaluk (Aupaluk Airport)
  • Inukjuak (Inukjuak Airport)
  • Ivujivik (Ivujivik Airport)
  • Kangiqsualujjuaq (Kangiqsualujjuaq (Georges River) Airport)
  • Kangiqsujuaq (Kangiqsujuaq (Wakeham Bay) Airport)
  • Kangirsuk (Kangirsuk Airport)
  • Kuujjuaq (Kuujjuaq Airport)
  • Kuujjuarapik (Kuujjuarapik Airport)
  • Radisson (La Grande Rivière Airport)
  • Montreal (Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport)
  • Puvirnituq (Puvirnituq Airport)
  • Quaqtaq (Quaqtaq Airport)
  • Quebec City (Québec/Jean Lesage International Airport)
  • Salluit (Salluit Airport)
  • Schefferville (Schefferville Airport)
  • Sept-Îles (Sept-Îles Airport)
  • Tasiujuaq (Tasiujaq Airport)
  • Umiujaq (Umiujaq Airport)

Charters

  • Kattiniq (via Val-d’Or) – Nunavik Nickel mining project (Canadian Royalties)

Important information on Air Inuit

If you have already started falling in love with Air Inuit, here is some information that you may find handy.

  • Country: Canada
  • Regional services in the northern Quebec
  • IATA code: 3H
  • ICAO code: AIE
  • Head office: 6005, boul. de la Côte-Vertu Montréal (Québec) H4S 0B1, Canada
  • Phone number: +1 800 361 29 65, +1 514 905 94 18
  • Fax number: +1 514 905 89 16
  • E-mail: airinuit.info@airinuit.com
  • Website: www.airinuit.com
  • Year established: 1978
  • Main bases and hubs: Kuujjuaq, Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International

Fleet: Boeing 737-200, Bombardier Dash 8 Q300, Bombardier Dash 8-100/200, DHC-6 Twin Otter, Hawker Siddeley HS-121 Trident