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NAC Air was a Canadian regional airline. Its main base was at the Thunder Bay International Airport. NAC Air was a 100% First Nations-owned company, owned by the communities of Eabametoong , Neskantaga , Webequie, Sachigo Lake, and Sandy LakeStewart, Nick. "", Northern Ontario Business, September 2006. Retrieved on 15 January 2008.

NAC Air ceased operations indefinitely in early 2008 due to financial difficulties."", TBSource, 15 January 2008. Retrieved on 15 January 2008.


North American Charters (NAC) was established in 2000 to provide cheaper and more frequent airline services to First Nations communities in Northwestern Ontario. NAC's airfares were 40-50% lower than its competitors' existing fares and it also offered daily services with the possibility of same-day returns for business travellers. It commenced services with two Piper PA31-350 Chieftain and quickly added a Fairchild SA226-TC Metro II as well. The two Chieftains were soon replaced by the first Pilatus PC-12s and the Metro was also retired at the end of 2001. NAC grew steadily, evolving from the early two aircraft operation serving four communities to an eleven aircraft operation connecting Sioux Lookout, Ontario; Winnipeg; Thunder......
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