Air Canada posted a third-quarter net loss of C$132 million ($112.4 million), reversed from a C$273 million profit in the year-ago period, saying its results were hurt by high fuel costs and noncash losses on fuel hedging and currency items. It reported a $93 million noncash loss on financial instruments, primarily fuel hedge contracts, and an C$87 million noncash loss on currency items, reversed from a net gain of C$104 million on currency items in the year-ago period when the Canadian ...

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