Halifax-based Chorus Aviation, the parent of Canadian regional carrier Jazz Aviation, has placed a firm order for five Bombardier CRJ900s valued at $229 million at list prices. The five 76-seat CRJ900s, which will include 12 business class seats, will enter service with Jazz in early 2017 under the Air Canada Express brand as part of Jazz’s capacity purchase agreement with Air Canada. Chorus has also taken purchase rights for five additional CRJ900s. “The addition of these new ...

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