Integra Air

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Integra Air
Integra.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
n/a AII PALISER
Founded 1998
Hubs Lethbridge, Calgary, Medicine Hat
Focus cities Edmonton
Airport lounge Calgary
Fleet size 7[1]
Destinations 6[2]
Company slogan Lifting Your Expectations!
Headquarters Calgary, Alberta
Key people John Macek (CEO)
Website http://www.integraair.com/

Integra Air[3] offers chartered and scheduled flight services, as well as air ambulance medivac services out of Lethbridge, Alberta. Its scheduled service provides flights between Edmonton International Airport, Cranbrook/Canadian Rockies International Airport, Lethbridge Airport, Medicine Hat Airport, Calgary International Airport, and Bonnyville Airport. Its chartered service flies throughout North America. Its medivac services are provided on contract to the provincial government of Alberta, Canada, providing service to communities in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia 24 hours a day.

Jetsream J-32 Integra Air

History[edit]

The company started in 1998 with scheduled flights to Edmonton. In 1999, Integra started its chartered service and four years later it began offering aircraft management services. In 2010, Integra Air purchased Bar XH Air, expanding their services to include air medevac.[4]

Destinations[edit]

Integra Air serves the following destinations.[2]

Alberta[edit]

British Columbia[edit]

Fleet[edit]

Integra Air has the following aircraft registered with Transport Canada, listed under BAR XH Air:[1]

The listing also includes a Cessna 150 and a Cessna 172, both with cancelled certificates.

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