Kudos to Air North

I just rushed back from Europe for a family funeral and as I looked out the window at the snow covered peaks going by, I reflected on the great service you folks offer.

I just rushed back from Europe for a family funeral and as I looked out the window at the snow covered peaks going by, I reflected on the great service you folks offer.

I had just flown with Condor, Lufthansa, and Swiss Air. Their service was good and I have no complaints, but Air North still stands out above the rest.

Perhaps it is the fact that I was almost home, or maybe it was the friendly stewardess, or the fact that my sandwich had an impressive amount of ham and cheese in it. I don’t know. I do know that all those experiences, plus flying back to our wilderness wonderland while enjoying an oven fresh, warm chocolate chip cookie, makes Air North the best airline in the world.

Pete Harms

Whitehorse

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