FLY WITH US
Northway Aviation provides flights to the First Nation communities of Bloodvein River, Berens River, Little Grand Rapids (airport and community), Pauingassi (seasonally), Deer Lake, NorthSpirit Lake, Poplar Hill, Keewaywin, St. Theresa Point, Garden Hill, Red Sucker Lake, Oxford House, God's River & God's Lake Narrows.
Northway operates flights Sunday through Friday. Please call us to inquire about the availability of flights to the community to which you wish to travel.
Our fleet, six Cessna Caravans (on wheels and amphib floats) and three Pilatus PC-12's, provide safe and reliable transportation in comfort.
We are based at the St. Andrews Airport on Highway #8 only a few miles north of the City of Winnipeg.
You can rely on us to provide the same reliable and safe service that we have been providing for over 60 years!
Please contact us for passenger or cargo information toll free at 1-888-NORTHWAY (1-888-667-8492) or in Winnipeg call us direct at 204-339-2310.
For all charter requests please contact Cindy 204-771-4836 or Robyn at 204-770-3379.
To review our charter policy please click here.
Please check-in for your flight a minimum of 45 minutes before departure time.
Time is required for us to weigh your baggage and load the aircraft for departure.
Customers arriving less than 45 minutes before departure time may be denied boarding.
Payment for your flight can be made by cash, debit, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.
Flights paid for by a third party must be received one hour before cut-off time (one hour before the flight's scheduled departure time).
All fares must be paid in advance or you will be denied boarding.
Each passenger is allowed 60 lbs of baggage.
Excess baggage rates are charged for anything over this amount and excess baggage may need to be held to be shipped on the following flight.
No single piece of baggage should weigh more than 50 lbs. Individual items over 50 lbs may be refused for shipment.
Please check all items. No carry on baggage is allowed.
Flying On Board Seaplanes/Floatplanes
Read this before flight! Transport Canada takes the safety of the travelling public very seriously. Before takeoff, read the safety briefing card and listen carefully when the pilots give a complete safety briefing.
Make sure the briefing includes all the following items and ask questions about things that are not clear to you.
We are located at: 501 and 508 Airline Road in the St. Andrews Airport. Passengers should check-in for their flights at the 508 address.
The St. Andrews Airport is located between Highway 8 (Mc Phillips Street) and Highway 9 (Main Street) just north of the Perimeter highway on the north side of Winnipeg (12 miles).
From either highway, turn on to Parkdale Road (#27) and then on to Aviation Boulevard.
Turn in to the airport (through gates) and take your first left.
Airline Road will then be the second road on your right.
Our new facility opened in the spring of 2016. Northway provides the following for it's passengers while waiting for their flights: -
Drink and snack vending machines
Free customer Wi-Fi
Courtesy phone for local or incoming calls
Boxes for purchase for packing goods for your flight
Free parking is provided on site.
Long-term parking (more than 5 days) please park at 501 Airline Road.
Short-term parking you may park at 508 Airline Road, or at 501 Airline Road if space is not available.
Please note "No Parking" signs on some sections of Airline Road as cars may be towed.
Northway Aviation operates several Cessna Caravans, as well as three Pilatus PC-12s. We have found the safety, reliability and efficiency of the Caravan far greater than any similar sized aircraft. The PC-12 is also extremely versatile with great performance and reliability. Both aircraft are single-engine turbine, with the PC12 being pressurized. Both aircraft seat nine passengers, have great payloads, large cargo doors and are well suited for operating from unimproved strips.
PILATUS PC-12 NG
The Pilatus PC-12 NG has gained a reputation for outstanding versatility, performance, reliability and operational flexibility. As such, it is one of the most popular turbine-powered business aircraft on the market today. Northway operates this aircraft with two crew.
A 330 cubic foot pressurized passenger cabin with seating for up to 9 passengers
A maximum range of 1,845 nautical miles (HSC, VFR, reserves)
285 knot maximum cruise speed
A high-lift wing for exceptional short-field performance
Standard forward passenger door and large (53 in x 52 in) aft cargo door
Retractable trailing-link landing gear capable of grass and unimproved field operation
Certification for flight into known icing conditions
See the Pilatus website for more information: http://www.pilatus-aircraft.com/#10
The Caravan 208 has nine passenger seats. It was first produced in 1985 and over 2500 aircraft are in operation around the world. The engine is a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-114A and has a speed of 186 knots or 214 miles per hour. Its range on wheels is 866 nautical miles. Caravan Amphibious has a speed of 162 knots or 187 miles per hour and a range of 790 nautical miles. Northway operates two of their Caravan 208s on wheels and on amphib floats seasonally.
The Grand Caravan is a versatile aircraft that is well designed to operate from unimproved airstrips and has a great payload of around 3000 lbs. The interior configuration allows space for up to nine passengers or for large cargo such as quads and snowmobiles. The Grand Caravan has a speed of 186 knots or 214 miles per hour and a range of 1188 nautical miles. (Information provided from Cessna: www.cessna.com)
Northway Aviation Ltd. also provides corporate aircraft management.