Arctic Air |
Gary Harvey, Anthony Atkins, Kevin Fair, Mike Rohl, Amanda Tapping, James Dunnison, Robert Lieberman, Neill Fearnley, Anne Wheeler, Martin Wood, Stacey Stewart Curtis, Paul Shapiro
Ian Weir, Derek Thompson, Sarah Dodd, Jordan Wheeler, Penny Gummerson, Jon Cooksey, Susin Nielsen, Bob Carney, R.B. Carney, James Phillips, Sara Snow, Michele McMahon, Larry Bambrick
Michael Chechik, Kandi Dibley, Brian Hamilton, Gary Harvey, Ian Hay, Gabriela Schonbach, Jordan Wheeler, Sarah Dodd, Ian Weir, R.B. Carney, Bob Carney, Sara Snow, James Phillips, Deborah Sharp Furlong, Sarah Hood, Jon Cooksey, James Philips
Adam Beach - Bobby Martin (35 episodes 2012-2014), Pascale Hutton - Krista Ivarson (35 episodes 2012-2014), Kevin McNulty - Mel Ivarson (35 episodes 2012-2014), Stephen Lobo - Dev Panwar (35 episodes 2012-2014), Carmen Moore - Loreen Cassway (35 episodes 2012-2014), John Reardon - Blake Laviolette (35 episodes 2012-2014), Timothy Webber - Cece Cooper (35 episodes 2012-2014), Emilie Ullerup - Astrid Poulsen (31 episodes 2012-2014), Tanaya Beatty - Caitlin Janvier (19 episodes 2012-2014), Adam DiMarco - Kirby Nystoruk (14 episodes 2012-2013), Lexa Doig - Petra Hossa (14 episodes 2012-2014), West Tomelden - Connor (14 episodes 2012-2014), Brian Markinson - Ronnie Dearman (12 episodes 2012-2014), Nathaniel Arcand - Bruce Ward (11 episodes 2013-2014), Ben Cotton - Russell Comstock (8 episodes 2013-2014), Michelle Thrush - Deanna Martin (8 episodes 2012-2014), Jaren Brandt Bartlett - Nelson Janvier (8 episodes 2012-2013), Sera-Lys McArthur - Hailey Martin (8 episodes 2012-2014), Rebecca Marshall - Lindsay Gallagher (7 episodes 2014), Niall Matter - Tag Cummins (7 episodes 2014), Mike Dopud - Kimbo Comstock (7 episodes 2013-2014), Aleks Paunovic - Jim McAlister (7 episodes 2012-2014), Emma Lahana - Alex (6 episodes 2013), Edward Ruttle - Tommy Pembroke (6 episodes 2013-2014), Leah Gibson - Candi Lussier (5 episodes 2012-2013), Michael Hogan - Doc Hossa (4 episodes 2012-2013), Lorne Cardinal - Zachary Ward (4 episodes 2012), Kandyse McClure - Shontal (4 episodes 2012-2013), Rachel Hayward - Rita Gilbride (3 episodes 2012-2013), Brandon Oakes - Corp. Sahcho (3 episodes 2013), Kerry Sandomirsky - Marie (3 episodes 2012-2013), Carrie Ruscheinsky - Constable Gayle McKinnon (3 episodes 2012-2013), Kevin Loring - Simon Moise (3 episodes 2012-2013), Keenan Tracey - Brandon Gilbride (2 episodes 2012-2013), Andrew Airlie - Sgt. Waterhill (2 episodes 2014), Ecstasia Sanders - Hannah (2 episodes 2014), Hrothgar Mathews - Cal Fergus (2 episodes 2013-2014), Shekhar Paleja - Gordon Epp (2 episodes 2014), Nicholas Coombe - Jacob Comstock (2 episodes 2013-2014), Sean Carey - Corporal Patterson (2 episodes 2013), Johnson Phan - Gary Lang (2 episodes 2012-2014), Kyle Cassie - Jase (2 episodes 2014), Hilary Jardine - Zoe (2 episodes 2014), Jarrett Knowles - Paul (2 episodes 2014), Sandy Sidhu - Rachel (2 episodes 2014), Evan Adams - Dr. Gilbert (2 episodes 2014), Anousha Alamian - Nazim (2 episodes 2014), Jia Condon - Kyle (2 episodes 2014), Andy Yu - Marty (2 episodes 2014), Yee Jee Tso - Pilot (2 episodes 2012-2013), Michael Patrick Denis - Mark (2 episodes 2013), Lipe Viana - Bellhop (2 episodes 2012), Sonja Bennett - Miranda (1 episode 2013), Tantoo Cardinal - Aunt Mary (1 episode 2013), Michelle Harrison - Delilah Fury (1 episode 2013), Kate Vernon - Irene Ivarson (1 episode 2013), Steve Bacic - Rafael Silva (1 episode 2012), Anthony MacLean - Pilot Candidate #1 (1 episode 2012), Eric Keenleyside - Jay (1 episode 2012), Bradley Stryker - Wade (1 episode 2012), Donnelly Rhodes - Virgil Haggard (1 episode 2013), Andre Tricoteux - Alvin 'The Hammer' Hammarstrom (1 episode 2013), Ellen Ewusie - J.C. Cameron (1 episode 2014), Luke Camilleri - Sean (1 episode 2012), Ben Cardinal - Louie Beaulac (1 episode 2012), Olivia Cheng - Eva Lam (1 episode 2012), Sarah Lind - Trudy (1 episode 2012), Byron Mann - Gavin (1 episode 2012), Rick Tae - Jacob Markus (1 episode 2012), Miranda Frigon - Catharine (1 episode 2013), Crystal Balint - Isabella (1 episode 2014), Laura Bertram - Megan (1 episode 2014), Julian Black Antelope - Leonard Ko (1 episode 2014), Ona Grauer - Connie Jackowski (1 episode 2014), Marilyn Norry - Daisy (1 episode 2014), Steve Belford - Pilot Candidate #3 - Nate Christiansen (1 episode 2012), David Bloom - Ted (1 episode 2012), Gavin Buhr - Security Guard (1 episode 2012), Travis Gow - Eric Mason (1 episode 2012), Dan Joffre - Freddie (1 episode 2012), Greyston Holt - Jesse Backus (1 episode 2013), Chelah Horsdal - Tara (1 episode 2013), Chris William Martin - David (1 episode 2013), Clint Andrew - Local Man (1 episode 2014), Bill Dow - Boomer Platt (1 episode 2014), Derek Hamilton - Glen Jackowski (1 episode 2014), Paul Lazenby - Len (1 episode 2014), Andrea Menard - Rebecca Morlin (1 episode 2014), Jesse Moss - Hank (1 episode 2014), Patricia Cullen - Rachel (1 episode 2012), Scott McNeil - Stu (1 episode 2012), Robert Moloney - Jack Andrews (1 episode 2012), Scott Wallis - Pilot Candidate #4 - Fat Maverick (1 episode 2012), Sage Brocklebank - Hillsie (1 episode 2013), Ian Butcher - Steve (1 episode 2013), Brad Dryborough - Lawyer (1 episode 2013), Nicole Fraissinet - Stephanie (1 episode 2013), Morgan David Jones - Randy Collier (1 episode 2013), Eugene Lipinski - Vladimir Andreyev (1 episode 2013), Ben Ratner - Max (1 episode 2013), Wayne Charles Baker - Stanley (1 episode 2014), Jennifer Cheon - Second Cop (1 episode 2014), Aaron Pearl - John Crowe (1 episode 2014), Adam Greydon Reid - Greg Turpin (1 episode 2014), Leanne Adachi - Dr. Helen Chen (1 episode 2012), Bill Croft - Benny Berdee (1 episode 2012), Dee Jay Jackson - Fred (1 episode 2012), Kevan Ohtsji - Hendricks (1 episode 2012), Matt Ward - Chris (1 episode 2012), Enid-Raye Adams - Josie (1 episode 2013), Fraser Aitcheson - Deuce (1 episode 2013), Peter Benson - Mark (1 episode 2013), David Chilton - Himself (1 episode 2013), Wesley French - Philip George (1 episode 2013), Quinn Lord - Andy (1 episode 2013), Catherine Lough Haggquist - Rebecca O'Callaghan (1 episode 2013), Mig Macario - Dr. Hui (1 episode 2013), Patrick Sabongui - Anton (1 episode 2013), Primo Allon - Murray Carter (1 episode 2014), Tricia Collins - Young Woman (1 episode 2014), Rachel Colwell - Ester (1 episode 2014), Kate-La Hanuse - Helen (1 episode 2014), Fred Henderson - Dr. Morrison (1 episode 2014), Dan Payne - TJ (1 episode 2014), Justin Rain - Brian (1 episode 2014), Brent Stait - Brent Hewson (1 episode 2014), Sean Devine - Rudy (1 episode 2012), Eli Gabay - Dick Cooper (1 episode 2012), Gerry Hennessey - Alec (1 episode 2012), Lucie Idlout - Elise (1 episode 2012), Jerry Wasserman - Jeremy (1 episode 2012), Ted Whittall - Corp. Dorosh (1 episode 2012), Daniel Bacon - M.C. (1 episode 2013), Eric Banerd - Darin (1 episode 2013), Artine Brown - Chopper (1 episode 2013), Bethany Brown - Roxy (1 episode 2013), Kristine Cofsky - Susie (1 episode 2013), Dario Delacio - Thug #1 (1 episode 2013), Teach Grant - Mitch (1 episode 2013), Scott Hylands - Charlie McGray (1 episode 2013), Shauna Johannesen - Anna (1 episode 2013), Danielle Kremeniuk - Layla (1 episode 2013), Bronson Pelletier - Jonas Degho (1 episode 2013), Ray Boulay - Griff (Bartender) (1 episode 2014), Hunter Elliott - Willie Figgs (1 episode 2014), Lani Gelera - Carly (1 episode 2014), Simon Hill - Hunter (1 episode 2014), Margo Kane - Setsi (1 episode 2014), Kathryn Kirkpatrick - Wanda (1 episode 2014), Don Thompson - Harvey (1 episode 2014), Bart Anderson - Manager (1 episode 2012), Sarah Blondin - Alison (1 episode 2012), Derek Lowe - Victor (1 episode 2012), Malcolm Scott - Burley Worker (1 episode 2012), Claire Smithies - Bev Dearman (1 episode 2012), Shayn Solberg - Michael (1 episode 2012), William Belleau - Jonas Degho (1 episode 2013), Jimmy Breau - Graham (1 episode 2013), Mark Burgess - Doctor (1 episode 2013), Marc Gaudet - Tim (1 episode 2013), Kiri Green - Relative (1 episode 2013), Keith MacKechnie - Ken (1 episode 2013), Phillip Mitchell - Sniper (1 episode 2013), Ryan Robbins - Pool Hustler (1 episode 2013), Shawn Stewart - Thug #2 (1 episode 2013), Max von Thun - Karl (1 episode 2013), Nathan Witte - Larry Kinaschuck (1 episode 2013), Janet Glassford - Clerk (1 episode 2014), R. Douglas Hutchison - George (1 episode 2014), Carmen Lavigne - Naomi Werbowksi (1 episode 2014), Sean Wei Mah - Sam Gordon (1 episode 2014), Robert Mann - Shane (1 episode 2014), Wilma Pelly - Auntie Belle (1 episode 2014), Olivia Steele Falconer - Bree Comstock (1 episode 2014), Lauren Donnelly - Maya (1 episode 2012), Jessie Fraser - Hostess (1 episode 2012), Macie Juiles - Kelsey Dearman (1 episode 2012), Sonny Litt - Rig Worker (1 episode 2012), Sukh Singh - Paramedic (1 episode 2012), Gerry South - Site Rep (1 episode 2012), Trevor Carroll - Snowmobile Owner (1 episode 2013), Cedric De Souza - Mr. Gupta (1 episode 2013), Jen Foster - Diesel (Drummer) (1 episode 2013), Chris Nowland - Foreman (1 episode 2013), Jill Teed - Molly (1 episode 2013), Frank C. Turner - Hoover Fitzgerald (1 episode 2013), Craig Veroni - Crises Negotiator (1 episode 2013), Dean Wray - Skinny Hunter (1 episode 2013), Charles Lysne - Henchman (1 episode 2014), Josh Sparrow - Assistant (1 episode 2014), Ray G. Thunderchild - Moekcy (1 episode 2014), Colby Wilson - Uniformed Cop (1 episode 2014), Natalie Edwards - Tanya (1 episode 2012), Andrew Hedge - VPD Cop (1 episode 2012), Tony Morelli - Doug (1 episode 2012), Tamara Pelletier - Theresa (1 episode 2012), Michael S. Weir - Affluent Businessman (1 episode 2012), Agee - 'Lucy' the Polar Bear (1 episode 2013), Lisa Marie Caruk - Marcy (1 episode 2013), Ashleigh Gryzko - Hotel Clerk (1 episode 2013), Maggie Ma - Waitress (1 episode 2013), Clayton Haskell - Jimmy (1 episode 2014), Cole Matthews - Julio (1 episode 2014), Kinnie Starr - Singer (1 episode 2014), Sean Tyson - Frank Tippman (1 episode 2014), Lini Evans - TV News Reporter (1 episode 2012), Colin Van Loon - Gary (1 episode 2012), Brent Woolsey - Burley Man #1 (1 episode 2012), Shayne Elliott - Carl (1 episode 2013), Gaalen Engen - Shift Manager (1 episode 2013), Paula Giroday - Nicole (1 episode 2013), Eric Houtman - Jake (1 episode 2013), Max Kashetsky - Pickle (1 episode 2013), David Miller - Evan (1 episode 2013), Sarah-Jane Redmond - Bev Dearman (1 episode 2013), Carter Kinsella - Marcel (1 episode 2014), Janet Panic - Singer (1 episode 2014), Duane Howard - Burley Man #2 (1 episode 2012), Francisco Trujillo - Night Concierge (1 episode 2012), Alastair Gamble - Breaker (1 episode 2013), Josette Jorge - Bonnie (1 episode 2013), Curtis Mandable - Johnny Adams (1 episode 2013), Karina Rodrigues - Parvana Gupta (1 episode 2013), Caleb Rogers - Crony (1 episode 2013), Glenda Klassen - Adele (1 episode 2014), Taras Kostyuk - Ace (1 episode 2013), Nick Simmons - Fuzz (1 episode 2013), Alana LaMalice - Etta (1 episode 2014), Chris Mandeville - Johnny (1 episode 2013), Tasha Simms - Ms. Lee (1 episode 2013), David Lyle - Ben (1 episode 2014), Jane Stanton - Coffee Shop Server (1 episode 2013), Jaren Moore - Murray (1 episode 2014), Darylina Powderface - Francine (1 episode 2014), Kam Kozak - Ranger (1 episode 2014), Jim Shield - Pilot (1 episode 2014), Chad Matchette - Looky-Loo (1 episode 2014), Shanae Tomasevich - Waitress (1 episode 2014), Rellik - Singer (1 episode 2014), Liv Hansen - Sophie (1 episode 2012), Terry L. Scott - Dancer (1 episode 2012), Joe McBryan - Himself (1 episode 2013), David Alexander Miller - Evan (1 episode 2013), Breanna Podlasly - Unknown Homeless (1 episode 2014), Carolyn Adair - Nurse (uncredited) (2 episodes 2012), Noah Beggs - Airplane Passenger (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Colin Corrigan - Airplane Passenger (uncredited) (1 episode 2012), Karen Tusa - Police Woman (uncredited) (1 episode 2014), Anthony Welch - Townsperson (uncredited) (1 episode 2014)
- Série 1: 1. Out of a Clear Blue Sky (2012). After a decade in the Vancouver business world, Bobby returns to his hometown of Yellowknife to find his late father's airline in trouble. The reunion with his dad's old partner, Mel Ivarson, is lukewarm but Bobby isn't home to reconnect with the Arctic Air family. He's here to ink a lucrative mining deal with an old friend, Jim McAllister. Unfortunately, Bobby's only the middleman and slimy Calgary businessman, Ronnie Dearman, stands to walk away with all the profits. Meanwhile, the stress of his struggling airline lands Mel in the emergency room. His daughter Krista begs him to take some down time, but Mel has an airline to run. He cuts the recovery short and books himself in the pilot's seat of the next flight. Bobby and Krista reignite an old and unspoken attraction, but when they hear that one of Mel's passengers is in labour and bad weather has forced an emergency landing, the two of them abandon a client to embark on an increasingly desperate search-and-rescue mission.
- Série 1: 2. All In (2012). Arctic Air is paying the price for Bobby's run-in with the well-connected and vindictive Ronnie Dearman as contracts drop faster than the temperature in Yellowknife. Unable to make payroll, Bobby orchestrates a chance meeting with Rafael Silva, a wealthy industrialist who needs a lift and just happens to have a mining contract that could save Arctic Air. Bobby hasn't done much flying over the last ten years and the take-off is rough. Arctic Air - Série One Press Kit Episode Log lines & Summaries Page 2 of 5 The landing... even worse. Rafael figures out Bobby's plan and isn't pleased to have been conned. Still needing a way to cover payroll, Bobby charms his way into a high-stakes poker game with none other than Ronnie Dearman across the table. Without the buy-in, Bobby is forced to use Mel's plane as collateral. Meanwhile, Arctic Air accepts a supply run that has to go perfectly if they hope to turn a profit. But when the load breaks free mid-flight, pinning Blake underneath, Krista ...
- Série 1: 3. Hijacked (2012). The DC-3 is loaded to the brim with rowdy rig-pigs eager for a weekend in the city. But Bobby, Krista and Dev don't know that one of the passengers is a prisoner being transferred by a plainclothes police officer. A coordinated ambush by the prisoner's brothers leaves the officer stabbed and one of the brothers shot. They need medical attention, fast, but the hijackers won't let Krista fly to Yellowknife. Without thinking, Dev suggests they land at Doc Hossa's lodge - putting Bobby's ex-girlfriend, Petra, and her 10-year-old son Connor, in danger. There's a further complication: Connor is Bobby's son too - the son he has never met, or acknowledged. At Petra's angry insistence, Bobby hides the truth from Connor. But his heart is twisting as he does everything in his power to protect the boy. Meanwhile, when Mel learns Krista's flight has been hijacked, he disregards his doctor's orders and leaps into the pilot's seat to help. With the engine killed to avoid detection, Mel glides in ...
- Série 1: 4. All the Vital Things (2012). While trying to salvage a multi-million dollar contract at a remote northern mine, Bobby spots a Dene elder collapse. The man is Louie Beaulac, an old friend of Bobby's father. Exhausted and disoriented, Louie has spent two months walking home from Yellowknife to Arctic Air - Série One Press Kit Episode Log lines & Summaries Page 3 of 5 escape treatment for dementia. Worried that Louie can no longer survive on the land, Bobby resorts to lying: he promises to fly Louie home. But it isn't long before Louie realizes Bobby has tricked him into flying south. He lunges at the cargo door, forcing Bobby to restrain him before he jumps from 7,500 feet. Meanwhile, Mel puts Kirby to the test, determined to find out if the kid really has what it takes to be a flight engineer for Arctic Air. And to Krista's annoyance, Mel insists on making a detour to Sibbeston Lake to deliver insulin to the community health centre. The stop has less to do with altruism and everything to do with the attractive ...
- Série 1: 5. Northern Lights (2012). The Northern Lights Festival is in full swing, leaving Arctic Air short-staffed and Loreen scrambling to recruit any employee sober enough to work, and dumb enough to answer his phone. A few hours away in the remote community of Sibbeston Lake, Mel's romantic rendezvous with Rita is cut short when her son, Brandon, overdoses on tainted drugs. Worried that the drugs entered the community via Arctic Air, Bobby interrogates an employee and confirms his worst fear - his airline is being used to smuggle drugs. Meanwhile, bad weather makes it impossible for Krista and Blake to medevac Brandon to Yellowknife. Mel puts his own life on the line in a heroic attempt to save Rita's son.
- Série 1: 6. C-TVAK (2012). After spotting what could be his father's airplane wreckage, Bobby insists on checking it out, despite Cece's warnings. Sure enough, Bobby's rough touch down damages the landing gear, stranding them with no radio contact and little chance of being spotted. Arctic Air - Série One Press Kit Episode Log lines & Summaries Page 4 of 5 Bobby does confirm that the wreckage he saw from above belongs to his late father's airplane, missing for seventeen years. But before he has time to fully process this, Cece injures his leg. With the temperature dropping and Cece's wound becoming infected, Bobby realizes they can't wait for rescue. To save Cece, Bobby must fix the plane himself. Meanwhile, Krista and Blake sneak off for a long weekend at Mel's lodge, but it isn't exactly the romantic getaway Blake had in mind. And Mel drives hopeful applicants crazy as he attempts to choose a new pilot for Arctic Air.
- Série 1: 7. Vancouver Is Such a Screwed Up City (2012). The Arctic Air crew travels to a plane auction in Vancouver to buy a new DC-3. A competing bidder drives up the price and leaves Mel and Bobby scrambling to find the extra money to pay for the plane they just bought. Bobby decides to hit up his ex-boss for a loan, but first he needs to finish selling his upscale condo - his last tie to his old life. Bobby arrives at the condo expecting to meet his realtor, but instead, discovers his volatile ex-girlfriend hasn't moved out. Meanwhile, Blake, hurt by Krista's refusal to go public with their relationship, meets with a recruiter from a large Canadian airline. When Krista discovers Blake has accepted the new job, she takes it as a personal betrayal and turns to Bobby for support. Bobby invites Krista up for a drink, only to have his ex-girlfriend drop a bombshell that sends Krista running and leaves Bobby scrambling. Bobby has less than twenty-four hours to raise almost two hundred grand and put things right with the women in his life. And...
- Série 1: 8. The Professional (2012). Mel flies Caitlin and her raucous teammates home from a volleyball tournament in Inuvik. Above the din, he befriends one of the other passengers on the plane - Ben Berdee - not realizing Berdee is a hitman sent up by a southern gang to "fix" a rat problem. Their flight lands just as the ice-fog rolls in, stranding the dangerous hitman in Yellowknife. Berdee enlists the help of local drug kingpin, Zach Ward, to get him out of town before the cops arrest him for the murder in Inuvik. But Zach has a problem of his own: Nelson, the kid he's been using to smuggle drugs on Arctic Air flights, is a police informer. When Mel and Bobby realize Nelson is Berdee's next target, they put their own lives on the line to find him before the killer does.
- Série 1: 9. New North (2012). Krista finds herself caught in the middle when Bobby's ambitious plan for expansion leads him to lease an expensive helicopter without consulting Mel. As a furious Mel tries to raise enough money to buy Bobby out of Arctic Air, Bobby sets his sites on new capital. His old college roommate, Gavin Kwan, a charming real estate mogul from Calgary, is in town to invest in Ronnie Dearman's uranium mine. Attempting to steer Gavin away from Dearman and to entice his investment in Arctic Air, Bobby convinces Gavin to tag along on a supply run, playing up the Great Northern Adventure. He even lets Gavin take the yoke - a great idea, until Gavin hits the wrong lever, wrecks an engine, and forces a dicey emergency landing. Stranded at a remote airstrip, Bobby assumes he blew his chance to win over Gavin and his cheque book. But Gavin surprises him, buying into the company for two million dollars. Returning to Arctic Air victorious, Bobby expects Krista and Mel to be impressed by his business ...
- Série 1: 10. Drop in for Lunch (2012). A faulty gauge grounds Mel's plane, stranding Mel, Doc Hossa, Loreen and Caitlin near Watson Lake where they've travelled for a funeral. They hitch a ride back to Yellowknife on a competing airline, subjecting the pilot to Mel as his backseat driver. But Mel's concerns are warranted when the pilot fails to act on a warning light indicating a potential fire in the electrical system. As smoke fills the cockpit, Mel takes over and braces everyone for the inevitable crash. In YK, news of the downed plane throws the Arctic Air family into chaos. The search and rescue team, based out of Ontario, is hours away and the temperature is dropping. Bobby orders Cece and Kirby to outfit the DC-3 as a medevac to retrieve survivors. Meanwhile, Krista and Blake fly over the crash site - it's impossible to imagine anyone could've walked away from the wreckage below. But Krista is determined to land. After a frantic ground search that reveals the dead pilot, Krista and Blake are shocked to find Mel, ...
- Série 2: 1. Wildfire (2013). As they fly a cargo run to a remote community, Bobby tries to engage Krista in a discussion about their relationship. But the conversation is interrupted when they spot a terrified family fleeing a raging forest fire below. Their rescue attempt goes awry when the winds shift and the wildfire wipes out their plane. And when the flames trap Bobby, they need help from Arctic Air water bombers and helicopters to get him out. Meanwhile, Loreen drags Mel back to work for the first time since the crash. He's healthy, but he's been stalling. And in the frenzy of the fire rescue, Loreen is surprised when Mel doesn't jump into a plane to help - making her wonder if the accident has spooked him from the cockpit for good.
- Série 2: 2. Bombs Away (2013). Mel still hasn't flown since the crash and Loreen is about to confront him when Yellowknife is rocked by a series of eco-terrorist bombings aimed at stopping Ronnie Dearman's controversial uranium mine. Before long, the police have their suspect in custody - the leader of the protest movement: Bobby's sister, Deanna. Bobby tries to prove her innocence but Deanna refuses to talk. To make matters worse, Bobby discovers that Deanna's daughter Hailey is having an affair with the man he suspects is the real bomber. It all comes to a head when Bobby learns there is one more bomb and it's hidden on an Arctic Air plane, piloted by Krista.
- Série 2: 3. Open Série (2013). It's been months since the plane crash that nearly claimed Mel's life - and he hasn't set foot in a cockpit since. But when he learns from Bobby and Caitlin that Nelson has gone missing, Mel finds the courage to get back in the air. Bobby is picking up the hunters that Nelson was supposed to be guiding, but when he and Caitlin arrive, Nelson is nowhere to be found. A search ensues and they find Nelson, shot and barely conscious. Turns out, the hunters weren't there to hunt caribou after all. Now Bobby, Caitlin and Nelson are on the run and have to get back to the plane before the hunters get to them. Back at Arctic Air, Krista and Astrid are forced to transport high-paying executive clients in the DC-3 after the helicopter is grounded with mechanical problems. The executives are less than pleased with the downgrade and things go from bad to worse when the DC-3 loses elevator control and Cece has to give Alex a crash course in mid-air repair.
- Série 2: 4. Stormy Weather (2013). Krista takes Bobby as her date to a wedding in the high Arctic. They have a great time until they head back to Krista's room and are confronted by Blake - Krista's original date to the wedding. Mel has sent Blake to bring them back to Yellowknife immediately. But bad weather forces a rough landing at an abandoned Dew Line Station and Bobby suffers a head injury. Now the three members of this awkward love triangle are stuck together until the storm passes. The situation only gets worse when the three pilots realize there are three other people, seemingly also stranded at the Dew Line. But their stories just don't add up and Bobby, Blake and Krista realize that the three strangers have their own deadly conflicts that might mean no one leaves the Dew Line Station alive. In Yellowknife, Kirby attempts to salvage what's left of his shaky marriage and Dev and Astrid go house hunting for Dev. Dev and Astrid's different ideas about their relationship complicate the house search and confuse ...
- Série 2: 5. Old Wounds (2013). Roughnecks, brawlers, and thugs descend on Yellowknife to compete in the annual Northern Tough Guy Competition. Among them is Jim McAllister, who desperately needs quick cash to keep his diamond claim afloat. Bobby agrees to be his corner man and soon learns that the real money is in the side bets. Chief among the betters is Ronnie Dearman, who just happens to be backing the hands-down favorite - Alvin "The Hammer" Hammarstrom. Bobby shocks everyone when he bets Jim's diamond claim, against Dearman's twenty-grand. Meanwhile, the Arctic Air crew meets its newest pilot - Blake's old friend, Randy - an experienced pilot with an impressive resume. But not long into a routine cargo run, Blake senses that Randy isn't the crack pilot he once was and that his first flight might be their last.
- Série 2: 6. Dangerous Cargo (2013). Bobby and Krista take on a government contract to transport a polar bear from Rankin Inlet to Yellowknife. During the flight, Krista learns Bobby had a fling with the biologist, who is escorting the bear to a sanctuary in Siberia. Despite rising tension between the women, all goes according to plan... until the biologist meets the two representatives from the Siberian conservation area. Already wary of their ability to care for "her" bear, she panics when they deny her a place on the flight to Siberia. She pulls a gun and demands Bobby and Krista return the bear to Rankin Inlet. But when the bear breaks loose, the biologist's life is at stake along with her hostages. Suspicious about what's happening inside his locked building, but unaware of the real danger his daughter and Bobby are in, Mel sends his staff home. But in the melee, Kirby goes missing and Cece sets out to find him. Meanwhile, at Bullocks, Astrid plays matchmaker for Caitlin and rookie rampie, Tommy.
- Série 2: 7. There's Gold in Them Thar Hills (2013). The dying words of a legendary mining prospector sparks a race for Yukon gold between Arctic Air and Bruce Ward - and Bruce doesn't like to play by the rules. Cece and Dev have enlisted the help of Jim McAllister, but they'll need to call in a favour from Bobby if they're going to find the gold and stake their claim first. Meanwhile, Krista asks Blake to cover for Bobby who has taken off to help with the gold claim. In the cockpit, the mood is tense, especially after Blake learns that their cargo has been delayed and he's stuck in Fort Smith with Krista for the day.
- Série 2: 8. Secrets & Lies (2013). It's Arctic Air's 35th anniversary and Bobby has big plans for a party. He wants to open the hangar and invite the whole town. But when Petra tells him that their son Connor has gone missing, he drops everything to fly her to Tuktoyaktuk - leaving Krista to pull the party together in a day. In Tuk, Bobby and Petra learn that Petra's ex took Connor camping in the barrens. Bobby and Petra set out on a harrowing rescue across the frigid Arctic terrain - but their mutual concern for Connor re-ignites an old passion. In Yellowknife, Krista enlists Dev and Astrid's help to prep the party without Mel finding out about it and Dev discovers, to his delight, that Astrid is a terrible liar.
- Série 2: 9. Hell Hath No Fury (2013). Former rock goddess Delilah Fury is about to embark on the northern leg of her comeback tour - and Arctic Air scores the contract to fly her. But Delilah isn't the performer she used to be - she can barely finish a show without vomiting on stage, if she bothers to show up at all. And she refuses to fly with any pilot other than Bobby Martin, with whom she had a fling in Vancouver, years ago. Concert promoter Bruce Ward sends Kimbo Comstock to manage Delilah, but the diva's antics only serve to enrage the already volatile Kimbo. When Bobby intervenes to save Delilah from Kimbo, he makes a very dangerous enemy. Meanwhile, with Bobby forced to play chauffeur on the rock tour, Krista is left to look after Bobby's son, Connor. Turns out, Connor has run into some trouble of his own - bullies. And that's when Mel steps in to teach the kid how to settle a score.
- Série 2: 10. Skeletons in the Closet (2013). When a routine flight to Sibbeston Lake turns into a shootout at the O.K. Corral, Bobby and Mel realize someone is trying to kill their lone passenger, a soft-spoken gentlemen from West Virginia. But who? As the community's nurse, Rita, works on the passenger's wounds, Bobby begins to put the pieces together. Turns out, the shooter is someone they know. And his reason will shock everyone - especially Mel. At Arctic Air, Loreen receives a special package in the mail - the bones of her great-great-grandfather that have been gathering dust in a Winnipeg museum. But before Loreen can arrange a traditional burial, her auntie arrives with her own plans for the bones - a Christian burial... in a church. As their disagreement escalates, the police arrive at the request of the museum. But the bones have mysteriously disappeared, leaving Loreen and her auntie pointing fingers at each other.
- Série 2: 11. Blood Is Thicker Than Water (2013). Krista's mom Irene arrives for a visit - her first in twenty years. With Bobby in Fort Simpson for Connor's spelling bee, Krista is left alone to seek the answer to a lifelong question: Why did Irene leave a 12-year-old Krista behind? But just when Krista lets down her guard and makes a real connection with Irene, her mother devastates her with a painful truth and Krista realizes Mel has been lying to her for two decades. Meanwhile, Bobby, Petra and Connor play 'family' at the territorial spelling bee. Connor may be happy to have Bobby along, but he certainly doesn't show it, taking every opportunity to introduce Bobby as the 'sperm donor'. But Bobby's used to this treatment - payback for his eleven-year absence. What Bobby isn't used to is the simmering attraction between him and Petra.
- Série 2: 12. Fool Me Once (2013). Bobby and Krista head south to Calgary on business, even though Mel knows it's essentially a romantic getaway on the company dime. A massive arctic storm is heading straight for Yellowknife and Bobby isn't interested in sticking around long enough for the temperature to drop. But when Krista learns about Bobby and Petra's kiss, the weekend turns sour. To make it worse, Blake and Alex hitch a ride for a getaway of their own. Tensions rise when Blake's sister arrives and seems to have ulterior motives, but things really go off the tracks when Bobby and Krista's business contact turns out to be none other than Ronnie Dearman. Meanwhile, Astrid suffers through a six-hour flight alone with Cece. They have nothing in common and nothing to talk about. But the dropping temperature creates engine troubles and Astrid has to make a rough weather landing in the middle of nowhere. Being stranded with Cece is the last thing Astrid wants, but as they work together to get their plane back in the air,...
- Série 2: 13. Ts'inada (2013). No one has seen Caitlin since her heated argument with Loreen the night before. Bobby tries to convince Loreen not to worry -- but a rough-looking biker strolls into the office and nonchalantly drops a video on the dispatch desk. Loreen plays the video - it's Caitlin. She's been kidnapped and the bikers are going to kill her if they don't get Nelson. Bobby and Mel are forced to confess the truth to Loreen and Krista, who both thought Nelson was dead. Mel and a seething Krista fly to see Nelson. Bobby and Tommy meet with the bikers to negotiate Caitlin's release, but instead they take a beating. The bikers demand they fly to the remote community of Ts'inada and deliver Nelson. With the clock ticking, Bobby, Krista, Mel and Tommy must find a way to rescue Caitlin without getting Nelson killed. Meanwhile, Dev, Blake and Astrid transport a VIP named Boris from Yellowknife to Portland, Oregon. But Boris isn't an ordinary VIP -- he's a dog who just inherited $10 million dollars. Dev takes ...
- Série 3: 1. The River.
- Série 3: 2. High Water (2014).
- Série 3: 3. The Fling (2014).
- Série 3: 4. The Finish Line (2014).
- Série 3: 5. The Devils You Know (2014).
- Série 3: 6. On the Edge (2014). When Hank goes missing on a wilderness hike, Krista devouts Arctic Air's resources to finding him. Bobby and Krista find him trapped under a boulder in need of immediate medical care leading Petra to guide them over the radio to save his life.
- Série 3: 7. Flying Solo (2014).
- Série 3: 8. The Fugitive (2014).
- Série 3: 9. Rites of Passage (2014).
- Série 3: 10. Last Drop (2014).
- Série 3: 11. The Fall PT.1 (2014).
- Série 3: 12. The Fall PT.2 (2014).
Set in Yellowknife, portrays renegade bush pilots at work and play in Canada's north.