Missinippi Airways, one of the oldest and most professional air charter services in Northern Manitoba, has been operating from its base in The Pas, Manitoba with offices in Winnipeg, Norway House and Pukatawagan since 1987. Missinippi Airways is your first choice for air charter services across Canada and proudly serves all First Nations communities in Northern Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario and Nunavut. Missinippi Airways is able to accommodate business leaders, the government as well as the private sector for air ambulance, corporate shuttles and executive charters with fast, safe and reliable air charter services.
MEDEVAC TOLL FREE: 1-888-668-3822
INTERNATIONAL: ++001 204.623.7160
Missinippi Airways/Missinippi Air-Care is a customer and patient care focused air service, formerly known as Beaver Air Services, we are proud to stand up and be counted as the only 100% First Nations owned airline in Northern Manitoba.
Missinippi offers executive charters and freight service throughout Canada. We provide a daily scheduled flight service to our owner community, Mathias Colomb Cree Nation as well as medevac services to communities in Manitoba and across Canada.
Missinippi Airways represents the Air Charter and Scheduled Flight Division of our company and Missinippi Air-Care, with our on staff registered nurses, the Air Ambulance Division.
“When I joined Missinippi Airways last year I was immediately welcomed into the family and everyone made me feel right at home. A year later I had the chance to fly the Navajo on the scheduled service, then onto the King Air. This is my favourite part about Missinippi Airways; flying amazing machines to new places. I am excited for my future here, and the opportunities it brings to progress within the company”
Lauren Egglestone – Pilot at Missinippi Airways
Effective April 1st, 2016, Missinippi Airways will be resuming its Saturday Scheduled Service to Pukatawagan departing The Pas at 3 PM
Annual Ice Fishing Derby - Pukatawagan
On Saturday March 12th, Missinppi Airways hosted its annual Ice Fishing Derby in Pukatawagan. It was a beautiful day, and we had 576 people come out in hopes of winning up to $70,000.00 in cash.