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Air North flights & tickets

Air North Charter and Training Ltd., which operates as Air North, is a Canadian-based airline located in Whitehorse, Yukon. The airline offers a variety of services, including charter, cargo and passenger flights. Air North has regular flights to the Northwest Territories, Alaska, Alberta, Ontario and British Columbia. Though most of the flights are within Canada, Air North also offers seasonal flights to destinations such as Las Vegas and Reno. These flights can be found on the Air North website.

Air North has a handful of partners that offer travel lounges and vacation specials. The Air North fleet stands out from others in that all airlines are single class aircraft, called Yukoner Economy. All seats have a roomy, 32” average seat pitch.

This airline has been around since the late 1970s when it started with just a single Cessna 206, but in the last decade, Air North has grown significantly. However, even with its growth, it still retains a local business feel. The airline is one of the largest employers in the Yukon Territory. In fact, one in fifteen Yukoners holds equity or employment stake in the airline. Since the community is so close, Air North prioritizes customer service, and this emphasis on serving its passengers has won the airline numerous awards. Most recently, Air North was named “the 2nd most loved airline” in the world by Fortune Magazine.

Why Fly with Air North

How to Check In

Even though Air North is a smaller airline, its technology for checking-in is up to date. You can check in online via the Air North website 24 hours before your departure until an hour before your flight. You can print out your boarding pass or save it to your mobile device. You can also check in at the kiosks in the airport. Air North recommends 90 minutes to no less than 60 minutes for checking in at most of the airports it flies from. The information on check-in processes can be found on the Air North, Yukon’s Airline website.

Baggage Allowance and Fees

Air North has signed an agreement with Air Canada to transfer bags between flights, meaning passengers who fly one leg on Air North and the second leg on Air Canada within the same day do not have to recheck their baggage; it will be done for them. Depending on whether your flight route with Air North is a southern or northern route, there are different baggage requirements which can be found on the Air North, Yukon’s Airline website.

Meals, Snacks and Drinks

Air North has received numerous awards specifically related to the quality of its food. Air North prepares freshly made snacks and meals for every flight in their kitchen in Whitehorse. These snacks and meals, as well as the complimentary beverages, are free. There is an Air North kitchen team that works every day to prepare the meals. Chef Michael Bock is the head chef; he works with a team of 20 employees to guarantee that passengers will receive some of the best home-cooked meals they have ever received on a flight. The Whitehorse kitchen accommodates a variety of dietary requirements, including vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free. If you have any special dietary requirements, just let the airline know 24 hours before your flight or when you book your ticket. Air North serves other complimentary snacks and desserts.

In-Flight Amenities

Air North, known for its excellent customer service, has managed to gain all accolades without any in-flight entertainment. Most recently, the airline showed its good sense of humor on the topic by releasing an April Fool’s Day video touting a new form of in-flight amenities: Elevated Entertainment. The airline claimed it would have mimes, clowns, live singers and Shakespearean actors on all of its flight. But alas, the video was only a prank, and the airline, for now, still sticks to the classics for in-flight entertainment: magazines. The inflight magazine, OUTthere, is a cultural travel magazine that is available on every flight.

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