ARCTIC WINGS

Specializing in Float Plane Services

Box 1916, Inuvik, NWT Canada X0E 0T0
Phone: 867-777-2220
Fax: 867-777-3440
Toll free: 1-877-55WINGS (559-4647)

E-Mail arcticwings@iname.com



Cessna 206

 
 

Our company specializes in single engine aircraft which are involved in government and private surveys of wildlife using electronic, and/or visual methods. We are connected to a sport hunting lodge where hunters can hunt polar bears, caribou, and muskox, grizzly bears or people can just go there and enjoy the wildlife. We conduct wildlife tours, take tourists to the famous Herschel Island, and carry parties to the famous rivers for canoeing trips. Enjoy the view of the Arctic from one of our aircrafts.

Click on one of the pictures below for a larger picture.

 

Herschel Island Tours

Buttom ice

  • Enjoy a scenic flight to the island over the delta, and along the ocean
  • See animals along the way such as caribou, seals, whales, bears, muskox
  • Herschel is a short flying distance from Inuvik
  • Famous as a whaling centre in the late 1800's
  • A Yukon Park with wardens to show you all the historic sites


Pictures of the island

Guilding Boat Log house

Photography by Northern Airlink Ltd.


Arctic Aircraft Tours

Button people

  • Able to take you also anywhere there is water
  • Design your own tour or let us do it with you
  • Great for hiking or photography above the Arctic Circle



Canoe Party Transportation

Button Carl

  • We can haul your canoeist party to any number of rivers
  • Let us help you canoe the Snake, Anderson, Horton rivers
  • Canoe parties picked up and dropped off with GPS precision
  • HF/VHF survival radio's available for rental



Wildlife Tours

Button Muskox

button bear
  • See wildlife from the air or on the land
  • Designed tours to suit your group
  • View the animals in the mountains or in the Mackenzie Delta
  • Enjoy the Richardson Mountain, and the animals in the park
  • Sport hunting groups for caribou, muskox, grizzly bear, polar bears
  • Photographic groups can be taken to a native guiding lodge
  • Wildlife surveying electronic and visual methods



The picture of the mother bear and her club was radio collared for the wildlife department of the GNWT

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