Jazz Aviation and Air Canada have agreed to amend and extend their capacity purchase agreement (CPA) for regional flying, and Jazz has reached a tentative agreement with its pilots on a new labor contract. Halifax-based Jazz, a subsidiary of Chorus Aviation, is Canada’s largest regional airline and provides the vast majority of Air Canada’s regional lift under the Air Canada Express brand. The agreement reached between Jazz and Air Canada extends the CPA, which had been set to ...

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