Air Canada posted third-quarter net income of C$437 million ($325.9 million), up 35.3% over a net profit of C$323 million in the 2014 September quarter, as the airline’s earnings bucked Canada’s weak economy. Third-quarter revenue rose 5.9% year-over-year to C$4.02 billion while expenses lowered 1.8% to C$3.21 billion, producing an operating profit of C$815 million, up 54.9% over operating income of C$526 million in the prior-year period. “We’re not seeing any ...

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