Experienced air ambulance and cargo operations in BC and Alberta for over 30 years

Excellence in Air Ambulance, Cargo, Flight Training, Aircraft Maintenance, Performance, and Safety.

Carson Air Ltd. provides fixed wing medevac services for the Province of British Columbia and cargo services across Alberta and BC.

Air Ambulance

Carson Air holds the majority of air ambulance contracts in British Columbia. We take pride in serving communities through daily medevac service throughout British Columbia and into Alberta and the US as needed. Our highly-qualified, dedicated medevac operators fly technologically advanced aircraft to ensure an excellent quality of care for patients as we transport them to medical facilities in a safe and timely manner.

Cargo Services

We partner with FedEx to fly air cargo to key cities throughout the province of British Columbia with our cargo operations base located in Calgary, Alberta at the Calgary International Airport.

Word Travels Fast

News and updates from Carson Air.

July 25, 2021

Exchange Income Corporation Announces the Acquisition of Carson Air

Acquires Carson Air Ltd., the largest provider of fixed wing air ambulance services in B.C.

Flight Training

Want to learn to fly with the pros? Through a partnership with Okanagan College, we offer full time and self-paced training programs that will help you attain your Recreational Permit or a Private or Commercial Pilot License.

Land Acknowledgement

In the spirit of reconciliation, respect, reciprocity, and truth, we honour and acknowledge that we live,
work and play on the traditional territories of Indigenous people.

Kelowna
We acknowledge that main office, YLW Medevac base and Southern Interior Flight Centre operate from
the Kelowna International Airport, the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Syilx Okanagan
People.

Vancouver
We acknowledge that YVR Medevac base operates from Vancouver International Airport which sits on
the traditional and unceded territory of the Musqueam people.

Calgary
We acknowledge that YYC Metro base operates from the Calgary International Airport which sits on the
traditional territory of the Blackfoot Confederacy.

Prince George
We acknowledge that YXS Medevac base operates from Prince George International Airport
which sits on the traditional and unceded territory of the Lheidi T’enneh peoples.

Fort St. John
We acknowledge that YXJ Medevac base operates from The North Peace Regional Airport
located in Fort Saint John and it is situated in Treaty 8 territory on the traditional lands of the
Dane-zaa peoples of the Doig River First Nation, Blueberry River First Nation, and Halfway River
First Nation.

Carson Air believes that acknowledging the land we are fortunate to live and work on, and the people
who came before us, is an important step toward reconciliation. We encourage everyone to educate
themselves on land acknowledgments and Canada’s history with Indigenous people.

What is a land acknowledgement and why do we do it?
A territorial or land acknowledgement recognize the traditional territory of the Indigenous people who
called the land home before the arrival of settlers, and in many cases still do call it home. Acknowledging
someone’s territory was done as a sign of respect to the people whose territory you were entering and
the wisdom and resources that their people provide. Indigenous peoples have been acknowledging the
land at the start of gatherings, ceremonies and events for time immemorial. With the release of the
Truth and Reconciliation Commission, more non‐Indigenous people are becoming aware of the
importance.
Providing a land acknowledgement gives time for reflection and demonstrates recognition of Indigenous
lands, treaties and peoples. It involves thinking about what happened in the past and what changes can
be made going forward in order to further the reconciliation process. Land acknowledgements mark a
small and important step in the process of reconciliation and building a positive relationship with
Indigenous peoples. By making a land acknowledgement we are taking part in an act of reconciliation,
honouring the land and Indigenous presence which dates back over 10,000 years.
Using and participating in a land acknowledgement is a way to recognize the enduring presence and
resilience of Indigenous peoples in this area for time immemorial. They are also a reminder that we are
all accountable to these relationships.