The Canadian vintage airline Buffalo Airways has acquired a Boeing 737-300SF medium-haul jet. This is to be used as a freighter from Edmonton, Alberta and Yellowknife, Northwest Territories airports.
According to the company, the machine is currently being overhauled by the European Aviation Group in Bournemouth, UK. At the same time, Buffalo Airways, which became world famous due to a TV report, among other things, is looking for pilots for this type of aircraft.
According to its own statements, it is the first jet in the operator's fleet, which uses C-46 Curtis Commandos, Douglas DC-3s and DC-4s, L188 Electras and Basler BT-67s, among others. The "newcomer" last had the registration 2-ESKA and was originally delivered to Piedmont Airlines in 1986. In 2006, the conversion to a freighter took place on behalf of the Spanish Swiftair.