Canadian low-fare airline Jetsgo suspended operations without warning Friday and said it would seek bankruptcy protection. The action, which occurred at the start of the March vacation break for many colleges and universities in Canada, stranded an estimated 17,000 passengers, according to wire service reports. In a statement released Friday, JetsGo Founder and President Michel Leblanc said, "We deeply regret that this had to happen. The decision to cease operations was only taken after ...

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