AME Roundup 2017
You are cordially invited to come meet the Nolinor sales team at our stand during the next AME Roundup, happening in Vancouver this January 23-26, 2017. This conference, which brings together mining companies and suppliers, is expected to have 5,000 participants and 400 exhibitors. This year, one of our...
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Here’s to another 50 years
In light of our 25th anniversary, Nolinor Aviation recently conducted an assessment to determine the service-life expectancy of our fleet. Given that the average use of our aircraft differs from airline fleets, our assessment indicates that we’ll be able to fly our fleet of 737-200s for another 50 years....
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25 years of flight
Nolinor Aviation first took flight in 1992. Although the air transport industry is one of the most challenging and competitive, our team will be celebrating our 25th anniversary in 2017. This landmark represents thousands of hours of work and flight time, but this success would not be possible without...
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Taking flight with the Alouettes
This past November, Nolinor Aviation had the opportunity to partner with the Montreal Alouettes to organize an unforgettable end-of-season game for the team’s fans. For the occasion, our 737-300 was proudly wrapped in the Alouettes colours for the trip to Hamilton. On the return trip, fans had the privilege...
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BARS certification
Committed to ongoing improvement of our service offer, Nolinor Aviation has undertaken the process to obtain Basic Aviation Risk Standard (BARS) certification. This operational standard was developed to establish a common global aviation protocol. This certification is frequently applied in the mining sector and for humanitarian flights. To obtain...
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The largest selection of pieces in North America
Nolinor Aviation recently acquired a major stock of pieces for our fleet of 737-200 aircraft. Despite an already large inventory of pieces, the Nolinor team took advantage of an opportunity to acquire nearly 60,000 new pieces, representing an estimated value of $6-8 million CAD. This comprehensive inventory will enable...
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Carrier for the United Nations
We are proud to announce that Nolinor Aviation completed a first flight for the United Nations this past October 15-16. Our team had the privilege of transporting Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, and his delegation from Washington D.C. to Quito, Equador (via Haiti). Following a rigorous certification...
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New cargo complex
Adapting to the needs of our clients isn’t just a slogan, it’s a state of mind. To better serve our clients, this summer, Nolinor acquired an industrial complex located on Rue Louis-Bisson in Mirabel—just a few steps from our current facilities. In addition to offering 16,000 ft2 of storage capacity,...
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Exhibitor at the Objectif Nord Conference
Nolinor Aviation is excited to be an exhibitor at the 10th annual Objectif Nord Conference, which takes place in Montreal on September 27. Organized by Les Affaires, this is a major event in the Plan Nord development project. Up to 150 high-ranking individuals from companies playing a key role in the...
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New team
We at Nolinor Aviation are proud to announce the introduction of a new air travel solutions department. In looking over the task list for our team, we realized that our mandate extends beyond a simple purchase transaction. Our personnel need to understand and develop customized transport solutions that meet the needs...
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Canada’s largest specialty air carrier
In August, Nolinor acquired two more 737-200 aircraft. With this year’s additions, Nolinor now has amassed a fleet of eight jets for various types of specialty flights. The recent acquisitions make Nolinor the largest-capacity carrier in Canada for flights to remote regions with landing strips of all types.
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737-300 now in the air
After several weeks of preparation and an official launch in July, a Nolinor crew began operating our new 737-300 this week. The plane can seat 130 passengers in economy configuration or 44 passengers in the executive configuration. Thanks to a longer range it is now possible to offer non-stop...
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Now in Edmonton
Nolinor’s recent acquisitions have enabled it to land a new contract servicing the mining industry based out of Edmonton. Last week we began transporting employees working at Rio Tinto’s Diavik Diamond Mine situated just north of Yellowknife. Our first Edmonton-based combi aircraft beefs up our offerings in the region....
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Nolinor Aviation adds a Boeing 737-300 to its fleet
The carrier offers more distant destinations across Canada, the United States, and to many other destinations around the world Nolinor Aviation announces that the company is adding a Boeing 737-300 aircraft to its current fleet of 737-200s; beginning this spring, it will be offering more seats, greater comfort and...
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Nolinor Aviation takes delivery of fourth Boeing 737.
Nolinor Aviation is pleased to announce that they’ve added a fourth Boeing 737-200 jet to their growing fleet. The aircraft will add much needed capacity to the charter fleet and is planned to fly primarily from a base of operations in Kitchener, Ontario, where the airline’s Inuit Joint Venture...
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Nolinor aviation at the PDAC 2014
We are pleased to inform you that the Nolinor Aviation team will be present at next Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) to be held from March 2 to 5 to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. PDAC is the perfect place to meet the players of the mining...
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Nolinor celebrates 20 years !
For the past 20 years, Nolinor has developed air transportation expertise in Quebec’s Great Northern region. The incomparable knowledge we acquired in the Northern Territories makes Nolinor the ideal air carrier for your personnel and supplies. Let us help you realize all of your projects in the vast exploited...
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Nolinor continues to grow
On September 28, 2011, Nolinor purchased a third Boeing 737-200. This aircraft, which can transport up to 30,000 lbs. (13,600 kg), is slated for cargo only. The solution to your transportation problems!
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