Founded in 1989, Wasaya Airways is a Canadian airline that operates scheduled passengers services throughout Canada, as well as a charter and cargo services from Red Lake Airport to Pickle Lake Airport. Wasaya Airways flies to over 25 destinations across Ontario and Manitoba. Wasaya Airways has two main hub airports — one at Thunder Bay International Airport and the other at Sioux Lookout Airport.
Wasaya Airways name 'Wasaya' is from the Oji-Cree language and translates to 'it is bright' in the English language. The name refers to the rising sun, which is also present in Wasay Airways' logo.
Wasaya Airways has a fleet size of between 15—20 aircraft. Within its fleet, Wasaya Airways operates aircraft such as the Beechcraft 1900D, Cessna 208 Caravan, Hawker Siddeley HS 748, Pilatus PC-12 and Bombardier Dash 8.
Carry-on baggage is limited to one piece per person on Wasaya Airways flights. This baggage must not be heavier than 5.9kg in weight and can't exceed 15 cm in height or length. Carry-on baggage must be stored under the passengers' seat.
Wasaya Airlines passengers are allowed two pieces of checked baggage. The combined weight of this baggage can't exceed 17.24kg in weight and each individual bag can't weigh more than 11.34kg.
Passengers are not able to check-in online for Wasaya Airways flights.
Passengers must check-in at the airport for their Wasaya Airways flight. Passengers must arrive at the Wasaya Airways check-in desk with the relevant travel documents no later than 45 minutes before their flight is scheduled to depart. Anyone who has not checked-in for their Wasaya Airways flight 30 minutes before scheduled flight departure time will be denied boarding.
|Attawapiskat||Kashechewan||North Bar||Sioux Lookout|
|Bearskin Lake||Keewaywin||North Spirit Lake||Thunder Bay|
|Deer Lake||Kingfisher||Pickle Lake||Wapekeka|
|Fort Albany||Manitoba||Poplar Hill||Wegaamow Lake|
|Fort Severn||Moosonee||Red Lake||Webequie|
|Greater Sudbury||Muskrat Dam Lake||Sachigo Lake||Winnipeg|
|Kasabonika||Nibinamki||Sault Ste. Marie|