Air Canada Jazz reported a second-quarter net profit of C$36.6 million ($32.6 million), doubled from net income of C$18 million in the year-ago period, on a 47.1% jump in operating revenues to C$340.1 million. The Regional attributed the strong results to decreasing all unit costs except aircraft rent and fuel, which surged 91.5% to C$34 million, and a 27.8% increase in block hr. The growth is "mainly due to the eight CRJ200s, 12 CRJ705s and 24 CRJ100s that were received in the last half of ...

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