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May 18, 2017

Nolinor Aviation teams up with the Alouettes

Montreal –The Montreal Alouettes and Nolinor Aviation announced on Thursday that they are teaming up, as Nolinor becomes the Alouettes official chartered flight partner for the next three years.

The Alouettes become the first team in the CFL to have it’s own plane, as the same Boeing 737-300 airplane will be specially configured to accommodate the entire team, as well as all the necessary equipment for the team’s road games.

“We are extremely happy to team up with Nolinor. This partnership will give our team flexibility for its travel schedule, all while allowing our players, coaches and support staff to efficiently and comfortably travel to and from all road games,” said Alouettes Corporate Sponsorships Vice-President Nicolas Lesage.

The team will travel on Alouettes-themed plane for all if its away games, excluding the one in Ottawa. The organization is able to choose its departure times travelling to and from each city, which is an undeniable advantage for the team’s weekly preparation.

“As part of this partnership with the Alouettes, our team modified the configuration of the seats on our Boeing 737-300, making it ideal for sports teams. The Alouettes can count on Nolinor Aviation to receive a personalized chartered flight service every step of the way,” declared Nolinor Aviation Vice-President Marco Prud’Homme.

About Nolinor
Nolinor Aviation is a chartered flight company that offers personalized air transportation solutions. Established in 1992 and beginning its operations in 1997, this 215-employee enterprise based in Mirabel, QC transports passengers, merchandise, combinations, dangerous materials, petroleum products and cargo. With a fleet of more than 13 airplanes, from a Boeing 737-300 to a Learjet 31A, Nolinor can configure its aircraft in multiple ways to offer multiple solutions.

About the Montreal Alouettes
Founded in 1946, the Montreal Alouettes possess a rich history. The organization has had its name inscribed seven times on the Grey Cup (1949, 1970, 1974, 1977, 2002, 2009, 2010) a trophy awarded yearly to the champion of the Canadian Football League. They play their home games at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, on beautiful Mount Royal.