Canada’s Nolinor Unveils New Branded Boeing 737-400

A Nolinor Boeing 737-400 parked in front of the hangar.
Photo Credit: CNW Group/Nolinor Aviation

Nolinor Aviation proudly unveils its latest addition – the Boeing 737-400 aircraft emblazoned with the iconic Nolinor Aviation livery. This acquisition marks a pivotal moment in the company’s fleet evolution.  

The Boeing 737-400, initially part of the OWG brand for Cuba flights, now transitions to serving Fly-In Fly-Out (FIFO) contracts for the mining industry.

Nolinor’s Strategic Realignment

The integration of the Boeing 737-400 into Nolinor’s fleet is part of the carrier’s strategic realignment towards bolstering connectivity in Northern Canada.

The decision to rebrand the aircraft with Nolinor Aviation livery signifies a renewed focus on the company’s mission. The objective is to serve as the premier gateway to the northern Canadian regions.

Supporting FIFO Operations

The Boeing 737-400 has proven to be a versatile asset for Nolinor, particularly in facilitating FIFO operations for the mining sector.

Its adaptability and reliability make it an ideal choice for efficiently transporting personnel to and from remote mining sites.

The new narrowbody jet signifies improved connectivity and logistical support.

Marco Prud’Homme, President of Nolinor Aviation, emphasizes the significance of this milestone, stating, “The introduction of the 737-400 with the Nolinor livery signifies our unwavering commitment to serving the North.”

He emphasizes the aircraft’s capability to meet the unique demands of clients in the mining industry, providing them with tailored and resilient travel experiences.

Enhanced Minesite Travel

In addition to the rebranding, Nolinor is set to enhance the interior of the 737-400 with upgraded seating, designed to cater specifically to passengers traveling to mining sites.

This enhancement furthers Nolinor’s dedication to providing comfortable, reliable, and efficient service.

The operator caters to the important needs of hardworking individuals and communities in the mining sector.

Response to Client Needs

The rebranding and retrofitting of the 737-400 fleet marks Nolinor Aviation’s considered response to evolving client needs.

By aligning its services with the demands of the mining industry, Nolinor reaffirms its position as a leading provider of air transport services to Canada’s northern regions.  The carrier continues its growth and success in the sector.

Last month, the carrier announced the reintroduction of a Boeing 737-200 aircraft to its fleet. This acquisition was the first expansion in its northern division in three years.

This move came in response to the increasing demand for efficient, robust aircraft capable of operating on gravel runways.  

The expansion comes amid the recent surge in mining activities in Nunavut driven by the global push towards electrification.

About Nolinor

Founded in 1992, Nolinor Aviation is a leading provider of specialized commercial charter flights. The airline operates across Canada, the United States, and various international destinations.

Nolinor Aviation is recognized for its commitment to safety in both its equipment and services. As a private company, Nolinor Aviation (ATAI code N5) is wholly owned by the Prud’homme family trust.

The company has established a strong presence in the charter flight sector, offering tailored services to meet diverse transportation needs. 


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