Quebec-based OWG, which is a division of Nolinor, is gearing up for the eventual return to normal for the sun destination market with the purchase of its first Boeing 737 NG. The company successfully operated some second generation 400 models on trips to the Caribbean before the service was shut down at the request of the Canadian government to counter COVID-19 transmission.
“Our team spent the past year planning this moment and we look forward to flying again when it will be safe to do so. With this new 737-800 aircraft, OWG will offer the HIGH LOVE experience towards more destinations. It is the next logical step for us,” said Marco Prud’Homme, President of Nolinor Aviation. The 20-year-old aircraft was previously owned by Air Transat and is in storage in the Arizona desert.