ACE Aviation Holdings, parent of Air Canada, reported third-quarter net income of C$270 million ($229.6 million) compared to an C$81 million loss in the year-ago period. "Our ongoing efforts to reposition this company are clearly paying off," ACE Chairman and CEO Robert Milton said in a conference call. "These results for the third quarter, traditionally our best, are the strongest results reported by any North American carrier for the period and reflect our ability to now achieve North ...

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