|Parent company||Ledcor Group of Companies|
|Headquarters||Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada|
8199400 Canada Inc. operating as Summit Air is a Canadian airline headquartered in Yellowknife that operates scheduled, charter and cargo aviation throughout the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Yukon. Summit Air is a member of the Ledcor Group of Companies and operates in partnership with several other companies and communities including the Haisla Nation (Summit Kitamaat Aviation Limited Partnership), Air Baffin (Summit Air Baffin), the Det’on Cho Corporation (Det’on Cho Summit Aviation LP), and businesses in the Kitikmeot Region (Summit Air Kitikmeot).
Summit's head office is in Yellowknife and they operate in most of Western Canada with bases in Terrace, Lillooet, and Kamloops in British Columbia, and Fort McMurray, Edmonton, and Calgary in Alberta. In the Northwest Territories, their bases include Yellowknife and Norman Wells. They also operate out of the United Kingdom for the Ministry of Defence and the Royal Air Force Falcon Demonstration Team.
Summit Air started in Atlin, British Columbia in 1987. In January 2001, the base of operations was moved to Yellowknife. The Ledcor Group of Companies became a partner on June 1, 2009. In August 2012 Summit acquired Arctic Sunwest Charters and all aircraft operated by Arctic Sunwest Charters were re-branded as Summit.
In January 2015 the airline acquired an Avro RJ85 jet aircraft which is being operated by Summit for First Air for use on services from Yellowknife and Edmonton. A second Avro RJ85 has since been ordered and Summit Air has now added larger Avro RJ100 jet aircraft as well.
|Aircraft||No. of Aircraft||Variants||Notes|
|ATR 72||4||ATR 72–202||two 68 seat passenger and two dedicated freighters|
|British Aerospace 146||4||Avro RJ85, Avro RJ100||2 - RJ85 90 seats configuration, 2 - RJ100|
|de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter||4||200 series, 300 series||Combi, 19 passengers or 3,300 lb (1,500 kg), floats, skis, tundra tires.|
|de Havilland Canada Dash 8||1||DHC-8-102||Combi, 37 passengers or 7,428 lb (3,369 kg).|
|Dornier Do 228||5||202||Combi aircraft, up to 19 passengers or 4,100 lb (1,900 kg) freight.|
|Short SC.7 Skyvan||2||Series 3||Up to 4,500 lb (2,000 kg) freight but may carry 9 passengers.|
- "Canadian Civil Aircraft Register: Quick Search Result for 8199400 Canada Inc". Transport Canada. Retrieved 2018-03-22.
- Disclosure of Contracts
- Summit Kitamaat Aviation Limited Partnership
- Summit Air Baffin
- Det’on Cho Summit Aviation LP
- Summit Air Kitikmeot
- "Partnerships - Summit Air". Summit Air. Retrieved 2016-03-11.
- "Canadian Avro". Airliner World: 15. March 2015.
- Canadian Civil Aircraft Register: Quick Search Result for Summit Air. Transport Canada. Retrieved 2016-01-16
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