Keewatin Air operates the following aircraft types/models:
The Beechcraft King Air 200/B200 aircraft is the most successful twin-turboprop aircraft on the market. Keewatin Air operates seven King Airs, dedicated 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to air ambulance operations.
In 2015, Keewatin made a significant investment in the future of avionics. All its King Airs were retrofitted with Garmin G1000 avionics, thus taking the classic airframe to the next level of safety and performance. The G1000 revolutionary design brings new levels of situational awareness, simplicity, and safety to the cockpit and puts a wealth of flight-critical data at the pilot’s fingertips.
The Pilatus PC-12 aircraft has gained a reputation for outstanding versatility, performance, reliability and operational flexibility. As such, it is one of the most popular turbine-powered aircraft on the market. With the large cabin, single-pilot capabilities, long range, high speed, or short-field performance, the PC-12 is a great aircraft for our Arctic operational needs.
The Learjet 35A is powered by two turbofan engines, can reach cruising speed of 510mph (440 knots), and has a range of about 1,800 miles. The engines are mounted on the sides of the aircraft fuselage, and the wingtip fuel tanks distinguish the design from other business jets. Keewatin Air operates two LR35 jets, which are dedicated to their air ambulance operations.