List of airlines of Newfoundland and Labrador

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This is a list of airlines of Newfoundland and Labrador which have an Air Operator Certificate issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of Canada.

Current airlines[edit]

Airline Image IATA ICAO Callsign Hub Airport(s) or
headquarters
Notes
Air Labrador Air Labrador Beech 1900D.jpg WJ LAL LAB AIR Goose Bay Regional, charters[1]
Cougar Helicopters Sikorsky-S92-cougar-helicopters-ilulissat-airport.jpg CHI COUGAR St. John's Helicopter services to oil platforms and ships off the Newfoundland and Nova Scotia coast[2]
Exploits Valley Air Services EVAS B1900 at YYT.JPG 8K EVAS Gander Scheduled passenger service as part of Air Canada Express, sightseeing flights, air ambulance services and maintenance.[3]
Newfoundland Helicopters Clarenville Helicopters
Innu Mikun Airlines Goose Bay Regional airline, charters. A joint partnership between Innu Development Limited Partnership and Provincial Airlines.[4]
PAL Airlines C-GPAU Dash DH.8 Provincial Airlines (7637278782).jpg PB SPR SPEEDAIR St. John's Scheduled passenger service, charters[5]
Universal Helicopters C-GIZY Universal Helicopters Bell 206L (B06) 03.JPG Goose Bay Helicopters[6]
3D Helicopters St. John's Helicopter charter[7]

Defunct airlines[edit]

Airline Image IATA ICAO Callsign Hub Airport(s) or
headquarters
Notes
Air Atlantic Air Atlantic BAe 146-200 Haafke.jpg 9A ATL St. John's 1985 - 1998, feeder airline for Canadian Pacific Airlines and Canadian Airlines
Canadian Helicopters Canadian Helicopters Bell 206LR Labrador.jpg CDN CANADIAN St. John's 1987 - 2000; moved to Les Cèdres, Quebec
CHC Helicopter CHC Helicopter Scotia Eurocopter AS-332L2 Super Puma Mk2.jpg HMB HUMMINGBIRD St. John's 1987 - 2008; moved to Richmond, British Columbia
Eastern Provincial Airways Eastern Provincial Airways Boeing 737-200 Rioux.jpg 156 - PV PV PROVINCIAL Gander 1949 - 1987; merged with Canadian Airlines
Newfoundland Airways Gander 1948 - 1983; merged to form Air Labrador
Sealand Helicopters Sealand Helicopters AS332.jpg SEA SEALAND St. John's 1977 - 1987; merged to form CHC Helicopter
Triton Airlines TRITON St. John's 1993 – 1994
Viking Helicopters VIKING Pasadena Merged to form CHC Helicopter in 1987

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