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GoSarvaq

Virtual Carrier
Failed to Launch
IATA: n/a
ICAO: n/a
Main hub: Iqaluit Airport
Country: Canada

About

GoSarvaq, formerly known as FlySarvaq, was a proposed virtual carrier to be based at Iqaluit Airport, Canada. It was established as a 100% Inuit owned company. The start-up planned to commence scheduled passenger services, operated by Flair Air, from it's Iqaluit hub to Ottawa and Halifax on 20-May-2016. However on 06-May-2016, GoSarvaq announced it will not launch the Nunavut-based carrier due to changing market conditions.

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