Nolinor Aviation was founded in 1992 and is a private charter and scheduled carrier based in Mirabel, a suburb of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is the largest private carrier offering specialized commercial charter flights in Canada.
The airline operates passenger charter and cargo services domestically within Canada and to the U.S.
Nolinor also operates a single scheduled route, between Montréal Mirabel and Val d'Or. It is the only airline operating scheduled passenger flights on this route.
Nolinor Aviation is the trading name of the airline and short for Les Investissements Nolinor Inc. The airline operates from its main base at Montréal–Mirabel International Airport.
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Nolinor operates one domestic scheduled flight route between Val d'Or airport (YVO) and Mirabel, Montreal airport (YMX).
The flight distance is 242 miles, with an average flight time of 40 minutes.
The scheduled flight between Montréal Mirabel and Val d'Or is operated using the airline’s Boeing B737-200.
There is one class of service: Economy. On the short journey passengers can enjoy the journey in a clean and comfortable cabin.
Nolinor currently operates a Boeing fleet of two B737-200, six B737-200, one B737-200, and one B737-300. The airline also owns four CV-440s and a CV-340, as well as two Learjets.
Nolinor Aviation has announced that it is planning to add a number of B737-400s to its fleet in 2020.
Montreal Mirabel International Airport (YMX), or ‘International Aerocity of Mirabel’ (known locally as Mirabel) serves greater Montreal and is a cargo and former international passenger airport. As of 2019, Mirabel does also have a passenger terminal for private flights as well as helicopter flights, from which Nolinor operates.
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