Air Creebec is a Canadian regional airline based in Val-d’Or, Québec and based at Val-d’Or Airport.
Air Creebec was founded in June 1982 and made its maiden flight on July 1, 1982. At that time, the company was 51% owned by the Crees, with the remaining 49% owned by Austin Airways. In 1988, the Crees bought out all of the airline’s stock, making them the sole owner.
Air Creebec operates scheduled and charter flights within Québec and Ontario.
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- On October 25, 2007, an Air Creebec Beechcraft A100 King Air (aircraft registration C-FNIF) crashed on approach to Chibougamau Airport. After the crew aborted the first approach attempt, the aircraft crashed onto the runway on the second attempt. The aircraft caught fire and did not come to rest until 550 feet later, 50 feet after the end of the runway. Both occupants were killed.
- List of airlines
- Centre Air Creebec
– Collection of images, videos and audio files
- Plane Archive – Air Creebec.Retrieved August 29, 2019 (English).
- FLUG REVUE – Aviation News – FLUG REVUE.November 14, 2018, accessed November 9, 2019.
- Air Creebec Fleet Details and History.Retrieved 16 April 2021 (English).
- Flight accident data and report Beechcraft King Air C-FNIF in Aviation Safety Network (English), retrieved on 24 March 2021.
- Aviation Investigation Report A07Q0213.In:Transportation Safety Board of Canada. 7 October 2008, retrieved 24 March 2021 (English).