Air Saint-Pierre

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Building of the company Air Saint-Pierre on 6 March 1964. Operating pool with Eastern Provincial Airways DC3 on a line Saint-Pierre/Sydney during June to October. Charter at the request of Canadian small planes the rest of the year.


1965 Acquisition and implementation of the first Aztec.

1966 Acquisition of Aztec C (F-Ocif). Maintenance contract with EPA died on 29 May Mr Albert Briand, founding CEO.

1979 Opening of the line Saint-Pierre/Miquelon and Saint-Pierre/Halifax line (HS748) in pool with EPA.

1986 Acquisition and implementation of HS748 (F-OSPM) owned by Air Saint-Pierre, called "Saint-Pierre".

1990 Acquisition and implementation of a second HS748 (F-ODTX) named "Island of Miquelon".

Purchased in 1994 and put into service on 19 January of the ATR 42 - 320 F-OHGL "Albert Briand".

25 September 1996 Opening of the Saint-Pierre / St. John's with a frequency of 3 flights per week with TPA.

July 2001 Opening of the Saint-Pierre / Moncton: a weekly frequency in ATR 42 during the summer.

2003 Acquisition and operation of the Cessna F406.

October 2004 withdrawal of F-OBYN Chieftain of the fleet.

September 2005 start of cheiftain sold for operation in Canada.

Location

Air Saint-Pierre
BP 4225
Saint Pierre & Miquelon F-97500
Saint Pierre and Miquelon

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