Max Aviation is a charter airline based in Canada. The airline aims to offer its customers a flexible solution when flying from point A to point B. Customers wouldn't have to spend hours at the airport waiting for check-in, security and boarding when flying with Max Aviation.
As a charter airline, Max Aviation doesn't have a regular timetable but it operates flights to Québec, the north of Canada and the northeastern United States. It has many hub airports in Canda including Amos, Montréal, Québe and Sept-Îless. Routes are operated by a fleet of King Air aircraft with a seating capacity of nine passengers.
Max Aviation hasn't got a set of schedule timetable the airline flies to, but it has a few airports that they fly to in Canada including Amos, Montréal, Québe and Sept-Îless. The airline is mainly serving Québec, the north of Canada and the northeastern United States.
|Montréal||YUL||Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport|
|Québec||YQB||Jean-Lesage International Airport|
No prohibited items are allowed onboard. Any prohibited items found by airport security would be confiscated.
Checked baggage cannot exceed 32kg in weight due to international health and safety regulation. The operator should tell you the baggage allowance for your flight on the e-ticket.
Web check-in is not available for customers, all passengers must check-in at the airport on-time.
Passengers should arrive at the airport 90 minutes before the scheduled departure time with valid photographic identification. When passengers arrive at the airport, please proceed to the airline check-in area as soon as possible. The airline's check-in area should be indicated on the departure information board and the check-in counters would be marked with the airline name and logo.
Max Aviation doesn't offer any frequent flyer programme for its customers.
Max Aviation isn't part of any airline alliances.
As of November 2020, Max Aviation has 49 aircraft in its fleet including King Air B100 and King Air 200. These are twin-turboprop aircraft with a seating capacity of 9.
Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) is an airport in Dorval, Quebec, Canada. It is the main international airport serving Montreal and located 20km from Montreal. The airport is managed by Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) and equipped with three active runways and one passenger terminal that handles both international and domestic flights.