Chorus Aviation increased its second-quarter adjusted net income 9%,  thanks largely to its growing aircraft leasing business, but unfavorable currency exchange rates helped dragged down the company’s year-over-year (YOY) 2Q net income down 61%. The regional airline operator, lessor, and MRO specialist reported adjusted 2Q net income of C$29.4 million ($22.6 million), a C$2.5 million YOY increase. Chorus benefited from a C$14.9 million increase in adjusted third-party leasing ...

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