West Wind Aviation Limited Partnership is Saskatchewan's second-largest commercial aviation group with a fleet of 29 aircraft.
Destinations [ edit ]
West Wind hangar in Regina
West Wind hangar in Saskatoon
Under its ExpressAir banner, West Wind offers scheduled service between
Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert. Service in northern Saskatchewan and Nunavut is provided under the Pronto Airways banner. Its main commercial rival is Prince Albert-based Transwest Air.
As of February 2014 West Wind Aviation had the following aircraft registered with
Transport Canada. [3 ]
West Wind Aviation
ATR 42 5
300/320 series GWWC, GWWD, GWWR, GWEA, GLDE
Beechcraft Super King Air 200 5
200 series FWWQ, GWWV, FWWF, GWWN, GYDQ
Beechcraft 1900 airliner 8
1900 Model C/D GPRT, GWWY, GWWX, GPRZ, GWWK, GDCG, GGCA, GPRL
19 passengers, and is versatile enough to land on gravel and pavement airstrips.
Cessna 400 5
401, 401B, 402C FZJE, GAXR, GGPX, GRSY, GSQD
Cessna 414 1
Cessna 560 Citation 2
560 GWWU, FCBQ
560 (Ultra) seats 7-8 passengers.
British Aerospace Jetstream 3
FCPD, GHGK, GWEX
Also listed as BAe Jetstream 31. 11, 15 or 19 passengers.
Aviation services [ edit ]
West Wind operates fixed base operations at the Saskatoon and Regina airports under the
Aerocentre franchise. Under the [6 ] International Air Services brand West Wind provides airport terminal services to charter and international airlines at the Saskatoon, Regina and Winnipeg airports. In addition under the [7 ] Lancaster Fuel brand, aviation fuel is provides to smaller airports and private operators in the province, [8 ]
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