Start-Ups Start-Up airline OWG ready to commence operations
Canadian Start-Up Airline OWG is ready to start commercial operations. The airline has obtained its air operator´s certificate (AOC).
A new Canadian airline is about to commence operations. Carrier OWG has received the authorization by the Minister of Transport to provide scheduled passenger flights services. OWG is a project developed by Nolinor Aviation.
The airline is expected to perform leisure flights to some destinations in the Caribbean. Main operational base will be in Quebec. Nolinor Aviation has offered charter transportation solutions for the past 27 years and with OWG, the company seeks to gain its market share in the Canadian holiday flight branch.
Since 2018, a team has silently worked on getting OWG to the starting line the this year, the airline will finally start operations, even tough travel restrictions due to COVID-19 are still in place. Nolinor has invested more than $1 million in a think tank to reinvent older industry solutions. The best airlines in the world have been analysed by OWG in order to fly with the right values and mission.
OWG President Marco Prud’homme commented: “The flight portion of your trip should be an integral part of your vacation. Traditional airlines have chosen to cut the quality of their services year after year with no regard for the passenger experience. Our goal is to win the hearts of Quebecers with a new airline whose mission is to get travellers excited again.”
For the unique travel experience, OWG has acquired a fleet of Boeing 737-400s. Reportedly, the airline will start with three aircraft, which have all been through a cabin change. On board, 158 passengers can be accommodated.
The airline stated in a press release: "In addition to these technological innovations, the new brand is counting on the quality of its team to provide a travel experience that will exceed customer expectations. With respect to in-flight protection standards against COVID-19, the OWG crew will benefit from the expertise developed by Nolinor Aviation during the crisis, while they continued to serve certain northern destinations by applying the highest standards in terms of health and safety."
OWG also stated, that it plans to start flying in the coming months. Beforehand, the airline will announce the first international destinations.
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