ACE Aviation Holdings, parent of Air Canada, reported a C$77 million ($60.5 million) net loss for the first quarter ended March 31, improved over a net loss of C$304 million in the year-ago period, which included C$132 million in special items related to the company's recent bankruptcy reorganization. Operating loss before one-time items for the quarter also improved year-over-year, moving from C$145 million to C$10 million. "Despite record high fuel costs and low North American yields ...

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