Nolinor Aviation has added a seventh Boeing 737-200 aircraft to its fleet, which means even more passenger capacity and flexibility for customers.
With only around 77 Boeing 737-200s remaining in service around the world, Nolinor Aviation’s fleet is now the world’s largest. All Nolinor aircraft are certified for landing on gravel and ice runways.
The aircraft, registered under code C-GNLE, was put into operation after over 20,715 hours of maintenance and upgrades performed over a period of 10 weeks at Nolinor Aviation’s facilities in Mirabel. Like all of Nolinor’s Boeing 737-200s, the aircraft’s cabin will support multiple configurations that can be adjusted to customers’ needs.
The addition of the new aircraft is a response to growing customer demand.
“Nolinor’s strength is its capacity to adapt to change,” explained Pierre Martineau, Maintenance Director at Nolinor Aviation.
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