List of defunct airlines of Canada

This is a list of defunct airlines of Canada.
*30000 Island Air (2000?-?) - Charter Rental & Leasing Service air operator based in Parry Sound, Ontario using de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver
*Air Alliance (1988 - 1999, to Air Nova)
*Air Atlantic (1980s-1998)
*Air Baffin (1990-?) (now Air Nunavut)
*Air BC (1980 - 2001, to Air Canada Jazz)
*Air Canada Tango (2001 - 2003; name retained as a type of fare on its regular Air Canada services)
*Air Club International (1993 - 1996) - Chartered airlines with flights to Europe
*Air Dawson (-1997?)
*Air Nova (1986 - 2001, to Air Canada Jazz)
*Air Ontario (1987 - 2001, to Air Canada Jazz)
*AllCanada Express (1989 - 2005)
*Austin Airways (1934 - 1987, to Air Ontario)
*Baxter Aviation (1985-2007; sold to West Coast Air)
*Canada 3000 (1988 - 2001, formerly Canada 2000)
*Canada West Air (1986 - 1990)
*Canada West Airlines (2002 - 2004)
*Canadian Airlines (1987 - 2001, to Air Canada)
*Canadian Airways (1930 - 1941)
*Canadian Colonial Airways (1929 - 1942)
*Canadian Pacific Airlines (also known as CP Air) (1942 - 1987, to Canadian Airlines International)
*Canadian Regional Airlines (1991 - 2001, to Air Canada Jazz)
*City Express (ceased operations 1991)
*Colonial Airlines (1942 - 1956; sold to Eastern Air Lines)
*Eastern Provincial Airways (1949 - 1987, to Canadian Airlines International)
*Fortunair
*Globemaster Air Cargo (2003 - 2004)
*Great Lakes Airlines (to Air Ontario)
*Greyhound Air (1996 - 1997)
*Harmony Airways (2002 - 2007)
*Ilford-Riverton Airways (1960 - 1986)
*Inter-Canadien (1987-1998; to Canadian Airlines International)
*Jetsgo (2002 - 2005)
*Knighthawk Air Express (1993 - 2004)
*Lamb Air (1934 - 1981)
*Maestro (2006 - 2007)
*Maritime Central Airways (1941 - 1980s)
*Millardair (1962 - 1990)
*NAC Air (North American Charters) (2000 - 2008)
*Nationair (1984 - 1993)
*Newfoundland Airways (1948 - 1983, to Air Labrador)
*Norcanair (1947 - 1987)
*Nordair (1951 - 1987)
*NorOntair (1971 - 1996)
*North Canada Air (1930 to 1965; see also Time Air)
*NWT Air (1960 - 1998, to First Air
*Odyssey International (1988 - 1990)
*Ontario Express (1980s - 1993; to Canadian Airlines International)
*Pacific Western Airlines (1946 - 1987, to Canadian Airlines International)
*Peace Air (1962 - 2007)
*Pemair (1970 - 2002)
*Quebecair (1946 - 1987)
*Quebecair Express
*Queen Charlotte Airlines
*QuikAir (2001 - 2006)
*Regal Air (was ATAC.ca member)
*Roots Air (2000 - 2001)
*Royal Aviation (1991 - 2001)
*Sonicblue Airways (ceased operations 2006)
*Southern Frontier Airlines (to Time Air)
*Time Air (1966 - 1991, to Canadian Airlines International)
*Torontair (1961 - 1999)
*Transair ( 1947 - 1979; started as Central Northern Airways, renamed Transair 1956; sold to Pacific Western Airlines in 1979)
*Trans-Canada Air Lines (now Air Canada)
*Trans-Provincial Airlines (sold to Harbour Air)
*Triton Airlines (1993 - 1994)
*Val Air (2003 - 2004)
*Vision Airways Corporation (? - 1994)
*Vistajet (1997 - 1997)
*Wardair (1946-1990), to Canadian Airlines International)
*Western Canada Airways (1926 - 1930)
*Winnport (1998-1998) - Winnipeg-based air cargo company flying to China
*Worldways Canada (1974 - 1991)
*World-Wide Airways (1947 - 1966)
*Zip (2002 - 2004)
*Zoom Airlines (2002 - 2008)

ee also

*List of airlines of Canada
*List of airports in Canada
*List of airlines


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