|Headquarters||Dorval, Quebec, Canada|
Starlink Aviation is a Canadian charter airline and a fixed-base operator. It is based at the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport in Dorval.
Starlink Aviation was founded as a Fixed-Base Operator at the Montreal airport in 1982. The company acquired a fleet of jet and turboprop aircraft, and began leasing them as charter aircraft for private clients.
In 2003, the company also began a scheduled "corporate shuttle" service from Montreal with its BAe Jetstream 31 aircraft to the cities of Alma and Bagotville in Quebec, Canada. These services were later discontinued in 2009 and 2013 respectively. In April 2008, Starlink announced a partnership with the American fractional jet company Flight Options to form "Flight Options Canada," expanding the charter networks of both companies.
In January 2009, service by Starlink Airlines between Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Portland, Maine was announced, with two flights daily, beginning February 4 of the same year.. On December 1, 2009, service ceased due to depletion of the Air Service Fund.
As of November 2017, Starlink operated a fleet of 12 aircraft:
- 1 Beechcraft King Air 300
- 1 Boeing 737-200 (Stored)
- 1 Hawker Siddeley HS.125
- 1 Cessna CitationJet/M2
- 2 Dassault Falcon 2000
- 1 Embraer Phenom 100
- 1 Gulfstream IV
- 2 Hawker 800
- 2 Pilatus PC-12
- "Flight Options and Starlink Aviation Form Flight Options Canada". Flight Options. Retrieved 2009-01-09.[dead link]
- "Portland to get daily flights to Nova Scotia". Portland Press Herald. Retrieved 2009-01-09.
- "Canadian Civil Aircraft Register: Quick Search Result for Aviation Starlink Inc". Transport Canada. Retrieved 2017-11-11.
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