MIRABEL, QC — OWG is marking its first anniversary with the addition of its first B737-800 to its fleet.
OWG, which launched last year for sun flights out of Quebec, is an offshoot of Nolinor Aviation, which has offered charter flights mainly to the Far North on Boeing 737s for the past 27 years.
“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 Nolinor Aviation President, Marco Prud’Homme.
Prud’Homme says the new addition represents an opportunity for OWG to offer destinations further away than what is currently possible, and demonstrates the company’s commitment to continued growth.
Announcements about OWG’s new destinations are expected in the coming weeks.
OWG acquired the B737-800 from a special purpose corporation wholly-owned by Frank DeMarinis, who is CEO of Red Label Vacations.
The aircraft is expected to be in service in 2022.
“OWG will continue to reinvent the travel experience by ensuring that we always have the interests and needs of our travelers at heart,” said Prud’Homme.
In July 2020 OWG and Hola Sun Holidays announced they had teamed up to offer new dedicated flights to Cuba.