An in-flight magazine that invites you to discover Northern Quebec's Nunavik region, the unique culture, traditions and lifestyle of the Inuit people and the airline that takes you there and beyond.
The environment is at the heart of this summer edition of our Inuit magazine. We present 2 wonderful ecological projects; the thermal battery and compost production in Kuujjuaq. In addition, discover the magnificent national parks of Nunavik and a healing photo essay entitled “A Shared Smile”. Not to mention a portrait of the artist-educator Passa Mangiuk and the organization Justice Pro Bono and its free legal clinics, and much more!
Contemporary art is featured in this spring edition of our magazine! Discover artist Taqralik Partridge at the head of the new Nordic Lab at the Saw Gallery in Ottawa, the group Turn Up Crew who is giving a boost to the emerging DJ scene in Nunavik and an overview of hip-hop culture and music north of the 55th parallel. Also go on a butterfly hunt or even conquer Kuururjuaq Park and meet Jeannie Kitishinik, station agnet in Umiujaq in our Air Inuit employee portraits section.
Spotlight on learning inuktitut and Inuit literature, a glimpse of Christmas cheer in Nunavik, renewing the tradition of throat signing with love, all of this accompanied by beautiful scenes of ice fishing and much more!
Air Inuit is proud to introduce the very first edition of its inflight magazine. Aptly named ᐃᓄᐃᑦ meaning INUIT, the new magazine is designed to provide travelers with a quality magazine that showcases Inuit culture, traditions and lifestyle, but also invites readers to learn more about the majestic beauty and charm of Northern Quebec’s picturesque Nunavik region.
A reflection of the Inuit people and the airline that was created to serve them, the new magazine features content about Air Inuit’s growing fleet of aircraft specially equipped for northern operations, as well as the many specialized services it provides to its diverse clientele. Every year, the airline flies some 100,000 passengers to and from Nunavik. The airline also services Sanikiluaq, LaGrande, Quebec’s Côte-Nord, Schefferville and Wabush.
Published four times per year, Inuit will present new and existing businesses, cover sports, arts and crafts, food and entertainment that reveal a constantly evolving, vibrant and distinctive culture. It also features games and a special section dedicated to the Inuktitut language to keep northern travelers of all ages engaged and entertained during and after their flight.
Our first edition features articles on legendary northern aviator, Johnny May, popular Inuit singer-songwriter Elisapie Isaac, photo coverage of a trip down the famed George River, and a piece about the growing popularity of Inuit art on the world stage.