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Air Inuit (3H) seat map listing

The company was founded in November 1978. Headquarters is located in Saint-Laurent, Quebec. The operating bases of Air Inuit are in Montréal - Trudeau International Airport, Kuujjuaq Airport, La Grande Rivière Airport. The company has the following aircrafts: Beechcraft Super King Air, Boeing 737, Boeing 737 Classic, de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, De Havilland Canada Dash 8. Air Inuit operates scheduled services to 21 domestic destinations. Overall, there are 29 planes in the company's fleet size. Air Inuit has a frequent-flyer program - Isaruuk Reward Program. In addition, the company offers charter services anywhere in North America.

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Check in rules

Air Inuit has the following options before or after arriving at the airport: Web Check-in, and Air Inuit Counter Check-in. Suggested check-in time – 60 minutes before departure. Check-in deadline – 30 minutes before departure, except at Inukjuak, Kuujjuaq, Kuujjuarapik, Sept-Îles, and Puvirnituq airports – 45 minutes before departure for flights operated by Boeing B737 and Dash 8 aircraft. Web Check-in is available up to 18 hours before your scheduled departure.

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Each passenger can only carry one piece of hand baggage, which cannot exceed 5 kg. Free checked baggage allowance, which depends on the type and size of the specific aircraft passengers will be traveling on: on Boeing 737, Dash-8, and Twin Otter flights, the maximum weight limit per passenger is 30 kg; on Beechcraft King Air flights, the maximum weight limit per passenger is 20 kg.

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Unaccompanied minors

Children 5-11 years of age traveling alone must be registered as unaccompanied minors. The transport of unaccompanied minors must be declared upon making reservations and entails a supervision fee.

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Children under two years of age at the time of travel fly for free on Air Inuit. Be aware, however, that your infant must travel on your lap during the entire flight, including taxi, takeoff, and landing. In the case of an infant who is born less than seven days before the travel date, Air Inuit requires a doctor’s certificate indicating the infant, as well as the mother, are physically fit for travel from (Place) to (Place) on (Date).

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Pets are not allowed to fly in the cabin with Air Inuit. Pets can fly as checked baggage with Air Inuit. Each passenger is allowed to bring one pet and carrier on board with them. Larger pets can be transported through Air Inuit Cargo Services if they meet the necessary requirements.

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