Canadian charter operator Nolinor to expand its fleet with Boeing 737-400s

Montreal, Canada - Canadian charter operator Nolinor Aviation has announced that it would add some Boeing 737-400 jets to its fleet this year. The Mirabel-based carrier did not disclose any details concerning dates and the number of aircraft to be acquired.

Nolinor Aviation currently has nine Boeing 737-200 and one Boeing 737-300 in service. The planes of the carrier are 39 years old on average.

The company uses its Boeing 737 jets to operate a mix of passenger and cargo flights within Canada, including Val d'Or, Quebec to where Nolinor is the only airline conducting scheduled passenger flights.