Our Fleet

BAe Jetstream 32: j32

Northwestern Air acquired its Jetstream 32 in 2006. Benefiting from increased payload and additional horsepower, the Jetstream 32 is also installed with an Enhanced Performance kit allowing operation into a greater range of airstrips. The Jetstream 32 was introduced in 1988 and is utilized primarily for scheduled flights due to it’s additional capacity but is also offered for charters as needed. Our Jetstream 32 is GPS equipped and capable of operating in and out of short and gravel airstrips. Northwestern Air utilizes 4 Jetstream 32’s in its daily operations.
-Cruise Speed: -Passengers: -Max Payload: -Max Range: 240 mph 19 6500 lbs 1400 miles

cpe3BAe Jetstream 31:

Northwestern Air utilizes 4 Jetstream 31’s in its daily operations. The Jetstream flies most of the scheduled flights as well as being available for our charter operations. The Jetstream 31 is a 19 passenger pressurized turbo-prop aircraft with a stand-up cabin. Its primary use is short haul domestic routes. Our aircraft are GPS equipped and one has restroom facilities. Re-introduced in its current form in 1980, the Jetstream 31 has lasted through multiple design changes and upgrades and shows promise as a regional airliner for years to come.
-Cruise Speed: -Passengers: -Max Payload: -Max Range: 230 mph 19 5500 lbs 1400 miles

Beechcraft 99: Be99

Northwestern Air has one Beechcraft 99 Airliner in its charter operations. Capable of carrying up to 9 passengers, the Beech 99 can be substituted on most scheduled runs but is used extensively for charter operations. Being able to takeoff and land on short, unimproved airstrips allows us to operate the Beech 99 into most strips in the North. As well as passenger movements, the aircraft can be configured for cargo hauling, our Beech 99 has a cargo door to facilitate transportation of large cargo.
-Cruise Speed: -Passengers: -Max Payload: -Max Range: 220 mph 9 3700 lbs 900 miles

de Havilland Turbo Otter: Turbo Otter

Northwestern Air took delivery of an amphibious Turbo Otter in 2007. Introduced in 1953, the Single Otter has proven itself as a reliable and rugged aircraft capable of many roles. The amphibious floatplane Otter has been utilized extensively as a bush plane and can be fitted with wheels, skis, floats and amphibious floats. Used for charter flights, Northwestern Air’s Single Otter has been outfitted with a turbo-prop engine.
-Cruise Speed: -Passengers: -Max Payload: -Max Range: 130 mph 8 2550 lbs 650 miles

Cessna C206 Stationair: cs206

Northwestern Air utilizes 2 Cessna C206’s in its daily charter operations.The Cessna C206 is a 4 passenger, single piston engine, non pressurized aircraft which operates in both land and amphibious seaplane configurations. This particular aircraft has been upgraded to include a second cabin door, long range fuel tanks, (STOL) short take off landing equipment, and higher maximum gross weights. It is used primarily for domestic charters.
-Cruise Speed: -Passengers: -Max Payload: -Max Range: 140 mph 4 1600 lbs 630 miles

c210Cessna 210:

The Cessna 210 Centurion is a strutless, high-wing, retractable gear workhorse in Northwestern’s fleet. Acquired in 2006, the Cessna 210 has been used extensively for charter operations in a variety of roles. With a passenger capacity of 5, this aircraft can also be used in a cargo configuration.
-Cruise Speed: -Passengers: -Max Payload: -Max Range: 160 mph 5 1090 lbs 900 miles

Cessna 185: c185

Since 2006, Northwestern Air operates one Cessna 185 Skywagon in its fleet. An aircraft that can be fitted with wheels, skis or floats, the Cessna 185 is another favorite of the Canadian North. Operated as a charter aircraft, Northwestern’s Cessna 185 is a favourite year-round.
-Cruise Speed: -Passengers: -Max Payload: -Max Range: 125 mph 3 1080 lbs 700 miles