Air Inuit (3H, Kuujjuaq) has signed a conversion order with Aeronautical Engineers, Inc. for three 2012-build B737-800(SF)s, scheduled to deliver next year.

AEI said two of the aircraft will be delivered as combis, allowing the airline to use them interchangeably for cargo and passenger operations. The first unit, C-FTUW (msn 40852), was delivered to Air Inuit in a passenger configuration in August 2023 and is slated to begin P2F conversion in November and redeliver in March 2024. The aircraft was formerly operated by Comair (South Africa). Air Inuit also acquired sistership C-FTUY (msn 40853). Both are currently parked at Kelowna.

Redeliveries of the second and third freighters are planned for March and July 2024.

Touch labour for the conversions will be performed by KF Aerospace at Kelowna airport.

Air Inuit's current narrowbody fleet comprises four B737-200Cs and one B737-300(QC), the ch-aviation fleets module shows.