The Transwest Air hangar at the Prince Albert airport was destroyed by a fire Sunday night.
The Prince Albert Fire Department was called to the airport at 11:24 p.m.
The building was fully involved upon arrival and crews mounted a defensive attack to prevent the flames from spreading.
A spokesperson for Transwest Air said damage could be in the millions of dollars.
“The building is quite an old wooden structure…it was consumed quite quickly,” said Patricia Hughes, the airline’s business development and marketing manager.
There were several aircraft inside the hangar, but no employees were inside at the time.
“Operations will continue as normal for the company. Transwest Air has a long established history in Saskatchewan and will continue to operate and base their operations from Prince Albert,” Hughes said.
The cause of the fire is still unknown.
Transwest Air is a Prince Albert based airline that services Saskatoon and communities in northern Saskatchewan.