Chorus Aviation’s third-quarter 2017 net profit climbed to C$79.1 million ($63.5 million), nearly quadrupling the Halifax-based company’s C$20.1 million net income in 3Q 2016, as an unrealized foreign exchange gain of C$31.1 million boosted the quarterly result. Chorus reported C$344.6 million in operating revenue for the quarter, up 4.1% year-over-year (YOY), as expenses increased 2.3% to C$289 million, producing C$55.7 million in operating income, up 14.7%. Since the end of ...

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