OWG, a division of Nolinor Aviation, has been selected as the official airline of l’île de l’amour, the Quebec adaptation of the show Love Island. The show will debut on September 12th at 9:00 p.m. on TVA and TVA+.
On Friday (September 3, 2021), Nolinor Aviation announced that their subsidiary carrier OWG has been selected as the official carrier of l’île de l’amour, the Quebec adaptation of the show Love Island. The series will premiere on September 12th at 9:00 p.m. on TVA and TVA+. The TV show is produced by Productions Déferlantes in collaboration with Québecor contenu and the host, Naeedi Lyonnais and narrator, Medhi Boussaidan will be part of the flight. This is the first major collaboration with a prime-time program for OWG and will help introduce the airline’s new aircraft fleet to the public, as OWG recently acquired a Boeing 737-800. As air travel continues to recover, and with the winter 2020/21 season approaching, the company hopes to highlight their scheduled service to sunny destinations.
In Friday’s announcement, OWG’s President, Mr. Marco Prud’homme, said,
“This opportunity for OWG to work with the Productions Déferlantes and Quebecor Contenu teams on this program is one of those nice surprises in life. We are pleased to be associated with this show, which has already been a great success in other countries.”
Also commenting on the new partnership, Productions Déferlantes’ President, Benoît Clermont, said,
“Our team is very happy to collaborate with a new Quebec-based airline and to be able to fly to Los Cabos, Mexico with OWG. We’re looking forward to starting our first season of l’île de l’amour and to seeing where this perfect match will take us.”
Highlighting the destination showcased in l’île de l’amour, OWG will be offering a series of exclusive flights to Los Cabos, Mexico as soon as the show airs.
OWG is a subsidiary of Nolinor Aviation and was established in 2020. The carrier will offer scheduled flights to certain Caribbean destinations with a fleet of 156-passenger Boeing 737-400s, as well as a newly acquired Boeing 737-800.
Source: Nolinor Aviation