Nolinor Bases 737-200 In Edmonton

Mirabel-based charter company Nolinor has announced it will be basing a gravel runway-equipped Boeing 737-200 at a new sub-base at Edmonton International Airport. The company says the new base will be used mainly to provide non-stop service to mining sites in Nunavut. By eliminating the necessity for technical stops, our direct service enhances our cargo capabilities and significantly augments our service portfolio for the entire region,” said CEO Marco Pru’Homme. “This direct approach not only promises time savings but also amplifies our capacity to transport an increased volume of passengers and cargo to operational sites.”
The company said the Edmonton base will also support operations in Yellowknife, where Nolinor has maintained a base for more than 10 years. As demand for air service expands in the North, Nolinor said the expansion helps the company fill those needs. “The new sub-base at Edmonton airport bolsters the company’s role as a strategic hub for passenger and cargo transit, specifically to Nunavut, strengthening logistical support for the mining industry and improving connectivity across Canada’s remote regions.”