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05.07.24 Nolinor announces new sub-base opening in Edmonton

In a strategic move set to redefine air transport within Canada’s mining sector, Nolinor Aviation announces the establishment of a new secondary base in Edmonton, Alberta, slated to commence operations in June.

04.09.24 Nolinor offers major salary increases to its pilots

Recognizing the crucial importance of its pilots in maintaining the quality of service for which the company is renowned, Nolinor has announced a major revision of the salary grid for its Boeing 737 Captains. This new pay scale features a salary increase from 25% to 40%, placing the starting salary of a new Boeing 737 Captain at …

03.12.24 Nolinor Unveils New Branded 737-400

In a significant move that highlights its commitment to enhancing air service in the North, Nolinor Aviation is proud to announce the introduction of …

02.12.24 Nolinor Ramps Up Capacity for Rising Northern Demand

Nolinor Aviation has announced the reintroduction of a Boeing 737-200 aircraft to its fleet, marking the first expansion in its northern division in three years. This move comes in response […]

11.07.23 Nolinor x Mila – A partnership for innovation and safety in aviation

Nolinor, the largest charter airline company in Canada, is proud to announce its partnership with Mila – Quebec AI Institute. This collaboration aims not only to strengthen Nolinor’s position as […]

06.08.23 Nolinor Aviation uses AI to revolutionize its safety system

Artificial intelligence powers aviation
Nolinor Aviation is the first airline in Canada to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into a safety management system (SMS) to manage incident reporting.

06.03.23 Nolinor Aviation : Emergency mine evacuation

In June 2023, following a precautionary evacuation of the Newmont/Eléonar mine due to the intense forest fire in the James Bay/Abitibi region, Nolinor dispatched an emergency 737 to evacuate workers to Mirabel.

06.01.23 An Efficient Air Bridge to Natashquan in May 2023

On May 31, 2023, the Touzel Bridge between Sept-Îles and Mainganie was closed, so Nolinor crews, mandated by the Quebec government, flew passengers from Sept-Îles to Havre St-Pierre. In addition, another airlift was set up to transport the cargo to Havre St-Pierre. All this was coordinated by Nolinor crews on the same day, so that three aircraft could service the temporary bridges. All this was in place for a total of 3 weeks.

05.15.23 SÉPAQ Anticosti chooses Nolinor Aviation for its touristic offerings

The Société des établissements de plein air du Québec (SÉPAQ) has retained Nolinor Aviation, a Quebec-based charter company located in Mirabel, in the Laurentians, to help optimize hunting tourism services to the Eastern part of the Anticosti island.

05.01.23 Nolinor Aviation Appoints Oliver Tomczak as New Director of Operations

Nolinor Aviation is thrilled to announce the appointment of Oliver Tomczak as its new Director of Operations. Oliver, a 32-year-old adventure enthusiast, has been an integral member of the Nolinor […]