North-Wright's charter service is used by the oil and gas, mining, outdoor adventure, hunting and fishing, general touring, visiting friends and relatives, business travel and construction sectors. With its current fleet, North-Wright can offer a wide range of charter services from small single-engine aircraft for pleasure tours to twin-engine aircraft capable of moving large numbers of people and freight into remote areas.
North-Wright operates aircraft such as the Twin Otter that can land on small lakes, rivers, bush airstrips, mountain strips, level makeshift landing areas in the barren lands and on ice. This flexibility gives North-Wright the ability to provide a variety of charter services to meet the needs of a large number of clients.
The core of North-Wright's charter service is its Twin Otters. These aircraft are considered by many people in the industry as the best bush planes in the world capable of landing anywhere there is water, ice or a clear, level surface. Their capability of landing and taking off on short distances with 10 to 18 people or a large volume of freight gives the Twin Otter a major utilitarian advantage for customers in the north. Businesses such as tourism outfitters and operators, flight seeing, general touring, mining exploration companies, and oil and gas developers depend on Twin Otters on low pressure tires, floats or skis to provide logistical support in remote locations.
Three other aircraft important to North-Wright's charter services are the Beech 1900D, the two Beech 99's and the Pilatus Porter.
The 1900D is a pressurized twin turbine Aircraft carrying up to 18 commuter passengers in comfort and safety in all weather conditions. The Beech 99 is a twin turbine engine aircraft that cruises at 350 kilometers per hour with a range that allows charters from the Sahtu to points in Alberta. The Pilatus Porter is a single turbine engine airplane adaptable for use on floats or skis and is a favourite with tourism outfitters and operators and adventure travellers.
To book a charter, please contact us.