2 Boeing 737-200 (B737) configured either in 120Y or 108Y/4J configuration, and 4 Hawker Siddeley 748 (HS748) turbo props.
Air North was established in 1977 by Joseph Sparling and Tom Wood. The company initially ran a charter service mainly to support the mining industry. Air North's humble beginnings were with one Cessna 206 and over the next decade they began to operate on wheels, floats, and skis with Cessna 150, 172, 185, 206, and 337; the Dehavilland Beaver, Otter, and Caribou; the Britten Norman Islander; the Beech 18 and 80, and the Douglas DC-3 and DC-4. Scheduled services within the Yukon and between the Yukon and Alaska were started in the 1980's. It was in 1996 when the company began to exchange its piston powered fleet for turbo props.
Air North flies from Whitehorse to Dawson City and Old Crow; to Inuvik in the Northwest Territories; to Fairbanks, Alaska (seasonally); to Vancouver, British Columbia and to Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta.