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
Our King Air is the best aircraft for Medevac, being pressurized, comfortable, quiet, with a good temperature control.
Speed: 480 km/hr (260kts)
Range: 2400km (1300 nm)
Oxygen capacity of 1800 psi.
Lifeport sled w/ number 9 ferno Stretcher rack
Lifeport loading ramp
Lifeport Based Suction
Easy clean surfaces
IV Hooks available
Securing nets and storage bins
Satellite Phone Communication
Portable 02 tanks
Genius thermometer 2
Single IV pump (Baxter)
Portable battery operated suction
02 sat. monitor
Emergency Obsterical Kit
Philips Heart Start MRX Cardiac/02 Sat/Blood Pressure Monitor
“I started working for Missinippi in 2009, being a flight nurse was something I always wanted to do. I was welcomed by everyone at the company without reservation. Soon we became like a surrogate family in our home away from home. We strive to provide the best possible patient care, and give them the respect they so deserve. I have since left Missinippi for personal reasons but still try to get up once in a while to fly. If I could I would still be there on a permanent full time basis. Our chief flight nurse, Lena, is one of the best I have ever worked with. Missinippi has some of the most wonderful people I have ever worked with and still remain in contact with the majority of them even though we are all over the country!”
“Professional Care Respecting Human Dignity”