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Federal Government requirement for air travellers | The resumption of flights in Air Creebec's territory is progressive | Updates on COVID-19 |


Air Creebec Establishes Schedules in an Evolving Way

Val-d’Or, August 25th, 2020 – Last week, the resumption of flights in Air Creebec’s territory was announced from and to Montreal.  The communities of Val-d’Or, Chibougamau and Chisasibi are now served for trips mainly by support communities’ workers and health professionals. Flights 921-922 and 927-928 will be operated temporarily from our private terminal in Dorval… Read more

Air Creebec Increases the Pace of its Aerial Services in its Territory

In Québec, with the increasing demand and requests received, it is Air Creebec’s intent to start a limited scheduled service to the Cree Nations from Montréal and going through Val-d’Or the week of August 24th, 2020. Currently, the plan is to offer 3 flights per week to the communities to accommodate their needs for essential… Read more

Air Creebec will gradually resume its scheduled flights with respect and at the pace of the communities it serves.

Val-d’Or  June 11th, 2020 –  As an essential service, with evolving measures that exceed the requirements of Transport Canada, Air Creebec has continued charter flights since the beginning of the pandemic, either for the transportation of patients or workers who maintain work sites. The vast majority of these flights are operated from our private terminal… Read more

COVID-19 (new corona virus) INFORMATION

TRANSPORT CANADA HAS ISSUED NEW REGULATIONS FOR TRAVELLERS WITHIN CANADA Face covering requirements for air travellers – Since April 20th, 2020 Travellers must confirm that they have in their possession the mandatory non-medical mask or face covering as part of the registration or check-in process otherwise they will not be allowed to continue on their… Read more

Air Creebec will offer a very special flight for students

On June 8 and 9, sixty students from the Commission Scolaire l’Or-et-des-Bois and the Western Quebec School Board will be given the opportunity to board a Dash-8 100 from the regional airline, Air Creebec, and experience a 40 minute flight over the region. These students, from Grade 5 to Secondary 5, Adult Education and Vocational… Read more


 Val-d’Or, May 13th, 2019 – Innovation and customer experience are the key success factors for Air Creebec. The company is constantly looking out for creative ideas to improve services and customer satisfaction. However, despite the efforts made to provide air services between Timmins and Rouyn-Noranda to Montreal, Air Creebec must suspend these flights during the… Read more

A new online booking system for Air Creebec

Val-d’Or, March 18th, 2019 – Innovation and our customers’ needs are priorities for Air Creebec. This is why the team has worked tirelessly in the past year to be able to present you with the new online booking system service for all routes, and new boarding passes for passengers travelling between Val-d’Or and Montreal. This… Read more

Airfare reduction program of the Gouvernement du Québec

Who is eligible ? Residents of a remote area Full-time student whose parents are residents of a remote area How to proceed ? Find out more on the website of the AirFare Reduction Program clic here Make a request using the paper form This program is an official program of the Gouvernement du Québec Air… Read more

Air Creebec improves its network of routes to connect all the Cree communities on the eastern and western shores of James Bay

Press Release – Aware of the challenges facing air travel for the Cree communities along the shores of James Bay, Air Creebec has decided to open new routes. Starting in the summer of 2018, travellers from the Ontario side will be able to fly from the James Bay coast to Montréal via Timmins! Since last… Read more

Taking wing Starting an airline from scratch takes courage and determination

On July 5, 1982, a bright orange Twin Otter took off from the Val-d’Or airport. After stops in Matagami, Rupert House, Eastmain, Wemindji and Fort George, the plane landed in Whapmagoostui, marking the maiden voyage of Air Creebec and Eeyou Istchee’s foray into the air transportation industry. This summer marks 35 years in the business,… Read more

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