|Parent company||Ledcor Group of Companies|
|Headquarters||Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada|
In January 2001, the base of operations was moved to Yellowknife.
The Ledcor Group of Companies became a partner on June 1, 2009.
In 2013/2014 several aircraft operated by Arctic Sunwest Charters were re-branded as Summit Air.
|Aircraft||No. of Aircraft||Variants||Notes|
|Dornier Do 228||8||202||Combi aircraft, up to 19 passengers or 4,100 lb (1,900 kg) freight. One listed under Summit air.|
|de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver||2||DHC-2 MK. III||8 passengers, skis, amphibious. From Arctic Sunwest.|
|de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo||2||DHC-5A||Cargo up to 18,000 lb (8,200 kg), the only civil Buffalo aircraft operating in Canada. From Arctic Sunwest.|
|de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter||3||100 series, 300 series||Combi, 19 passengers or 3,300 lb (1,500 kg), floats, skis, tundra tires. From Arctic Sunwest.|
|de Havilland Canada Dash 8||2||DHC-8-102||Combi, 37 passengers or 7,428 lb (3,369 kg). From Arctic Sunwest.|
|Piper PA-31 Navajo||1||PA-31-350||8 passengers. From Arctic Sunwest.|
|Short SC.7 Skyvan||2||Series 3||Up to 4,500 lb (2,000 kg) freight but may carry 9 passengers. One listed under Summit Air|
In addition Transport Canada lists a Cessna 207 but with the operating certificate cancelled.
- Transport Canada listing of aircraft owned by "Summit Air" (enter "8199400 Canada Inc" or "Summit Air" in the box titled "Owner Name")
- Canadian Civil Aircraft Register. Search using "DHC-5" in the "Model Name:" box. The only other operator in Canada is the Canadian Forces Air Command who have six CC-115. Canadian Forces Air Command - CC-115 - Overview and Canadian Forces Air Command - CC-115 - Technical Specifications
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