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Montreal, Canada – Mirabel-based Canadian charter specialist Nolinor Aviation is expanding its fleet despite the ongoing crisis in the commercial aviation industry.

The airline announced the addition of three Boeing 737-400 aircraft to its fleet, allowing the carrier to increase its capacity and to offer more flexibility to its clients during the post-pandemic recovery. Nolinor Aviation has been proactive since the beginning of the crisis and used its fleet of Boeing 737-200s to repatriate Canadians.

“The Boeing 737-400 is a major addition to our fleet. It’s a way to modernize our services and improve energy efficiency. When the crisis is over, Nolinor Aviation will be in a favorable position at the starting line,”

said Marco Prud’Homme, President of Nolinor Aviation.


Nolinor now becomes the only airline in Québec, Canada to operate the Boeing 737-400. The all-Economy cabins of the Nolinor's 737-700s will accommodate 158 passengers.

The airline will offer its clients non-stop access to more distant destinations such as the Caribbean and carry larger payloads with its Boeing 737-400s.

Nolinor Aviation also plans to offer its 737-700s to airlines that need a replacement aircraft due to the technical problems.
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