Pascan Aviation

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Pascan Aviation
Pascan Aviation.jpg
IATA
P6
ICAO
PSC
Callsign
PASCAN
Founded 1999
Hubs Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport
Fleet size 24[1][2]
Destinations 16[3]
Company slogan In the air and on the ground, your safety is our top priority
Parent company Pascan Aviation, Inc.
Headquarters Saint-Hubert, Longueuil, Quebec, Canada
Key people Serge Charron, President
Website http://www.pascan.com/en/

Pascan Aviation is a regional airline based in Saint-Hubert, Longueuil, Quebec, Canada.[4] It operates scheduled services within Quebec and Labrador and to Bathurst, New Brunswick,[3] as well as charter services.[5] Its main base is Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport and it runs a Fixed-base operator at the airport.[6]

History[edit]

The airline was established in 1999 by Serge Charron. Since then, the company has established itself as an independent regional airline in Quebec and claims to be the largest in the province. PASCAN connects 14 regions throughout Quebec, New Brunswick and Newfoundland-Labrador. www.pascan.com

Services[edit]

Pascan Aviation operates services to the following domestic scheduled destinations (as of December 2013):[3]

Newfoundland and Labrador[edit]

New Brunswick[edit]

Quebec[edit]

Fleet[edit]

The Pascan fleet includes the following aircraft types (as of July 2012):[1][2]

Pascan Fleet
Aircraft No. of Aircraft Notes
ATR 42-300 3 42 passengers
BAe Jetstream 32 13 Combi aircraft, 12/19 passengers[7]
Beechcraft B100 King Air 5 6/9 passengers[8]
Pilatus PC-12/45 4 Combi aircraft, 4/6/9 passengers[9]
Piper PA-31 Navajo 2 Not listed at Pascan website

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