OWG (Canada) (Montréal Trudeau) launched commercial operations on October 18, 2020, deploying one of its two B737-400s, C-GGWX (msn 24804), on a domestic charter from Montréal Mirabel to Québec and Wabush.

The newly formed leisure division of Nolinor Aviation (N5, Montréal Trudeau) plans to launch scheduled operations to the Caribbean - commencing with Cuba - on November 1, 2020. It will use three B737-400s, of which two have already been delivered and registered in Canada.

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, Nolinor Aviation operates two B737-200s, five B737-200(C)s, one B737-200(F), one B737-200(QC), and one B737-300(QC), as well as a fleet of Learjets, and Convair 340 and 440s under its main brand. While the carrier's primary business is passenger and cargo charters in Canada's North, it also plies a sole scheduled route between Mirabel and Val d'Or.