Largely driven by proceeds from the partial sale of Regional subsidiary Jazz, Air Canada parent ACE Aviation Holdings posted first-quarter net income of C$118 million ($107.3 million), a figure that represented a vast improvement over a C$77 million loss in the year-ago quarter and overshadowed a C$29 million operating loss. "During the quarter we made substantial progress in creating shareholder value through the successful monetization of our Regional carrier Jazz," Chairman, President and ...

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