For passengers travelling from the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, due to long line ups at the CATSA security check point and to avoid missing your flight, please plan additional time for check-in of at least 2 hours prior to your flight departure.

Federal Government requirement for air travellers | The resumption of flights in Air Creebec's territory is progressive | Updates on COVID-19 |
Following operational issues at the Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport, to better service our clients ,  effective July 4th 2022 until January 15th, 2023, our flights 922 and 928 will land at our Montreal FBO/Hangar,  at the following address, 9475 Ryan Avenue , Dorval, Qc ,H9P 1A2. Please note that upon request to one of our customers service agents , we are offering shuttle services between the FBO/Hangar and PET.  Please plan for connections onto other flights as they are not guaranteed .Due to COVID-19, we are not accepting Aeroplan redemptions at this time. Thank you for your cooperation.

Eastmain

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Eastmain (Cree: ᐄᔅᒣᐃᓐ/Îsmein) is a Cree community located on James Bay at the mouth of the Eastmain River, Quebec. It is a small coastal Cree village with a population of 767 people at the 2011 census.  Its alternate Cree name is ᐙᐸᓅᑖᐤ/Wâpanûtâw, meaning Lands east of James Bay.

Like the other coastal villages on Hudson and James Bay, Eastmain also started out as a Hudson’s Bay Company trading post, originally called East Main House.

Eastmain is accessible by air and by car over a gravel road linking it to the James Bay Road.

The Eastmain community was greatly affected by the James Bay Project, which saw 90% of the Eastmain River diverted to the La Grande River in 1980.

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