Our aircraft are configured in a single class, which we call Yukoner economy, with a roomy 32" average seat pitch. More important is the unique experience and products you'll enjoy on-board our flights — as well as the authentic Yukon hospitality for which we're renowned.
We're very proud to serve freshly-made light snacks and meals on-board our flights. Almost everything is made daily by our own Whitehorse-based flight kitchen team, led by Chef Michael Bock. His group of over 20 talented individuals prepare more than 200,000 meals per year, and are constantly working on delicious new creations — the best of which you may discover on a future flight.
We are able to accommodate some special dietary requirements, specifically: vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Please let us know at the time of booking, or a minimum of 24-hours prior to your flight, if you have any special dietary requirements. Additional details are available here.
Unique Yukon products
Yukon is home to some incredible businesses, and we're proud to feature three products from some of them: beer, coffee, and our own inflight magazine!
Yukon Brewing's beer has attracted enthusiastic consumers and won awards since 1997. The company presently offers eight packaged beers and recently expanded into spirits. Their downtown Whitehorse brewery offers tours and limited-edition craft beers that are well worth trying.
Midnight Sun Coffee Roasters
Midnight Sun Coffee Roasters is our coffee of choice on-board our flights. This family-owned and operated business, located in downtown Whitehorse, has micro-roasted premium coffee for over 15 years.
Yukon, North of Ordinary
Almost ten years ago we partnered with Harper Street Publishing to produce our very own inflight magazine, entitled Yukon, North of Ordinary.
This extraordinary quarterly publication offers insight into the people, places, events and culture of the Yukon — and so much more. Yukon, North of Ordinary may be found in the seat pockets on all of our flights, and is also available in stores across Canada.
Visit northofordinary.com for exclusive articles, to subscribe, or to advertise in the magazine.