On 26 November, a Calm Air ATR-42 operated a domestic freight flight between Rankin Inlet and Naujaat, Nunavut, Canada. During landing at Naujaat, however, the aircraft left the runway.
The airline announced on Facebook that no passengers were on board the aircraft and that crew received medical evaluations. Calm Air has informed Transport Canada and the Transportation Safety Board of the incident.
The following pictures appeared on social media:
Calm Air ATR-42 on flight #MO464 went off the runway at Naujaat (CYUT), Nunavut. The aircraft came to a stop in snow. No one was injured. https://t.co/bmSB22Sj2ohttps://t.co/CQRZS18nup pic.twitter.com/oM4U1hWaGZ
— JACDEC (@JacdecNew) November 27, 2020
Background: Calm Air is a full service airline, offering passenger, charter and freight services in northern Manitoba and the Kivalliq Region of Nunavut. It is owned by Exchange Income Corporation with its main base in Winnipeg, Manitoba.