Jazz Air CRJ700. Photo: Courtesy, Bombardier [CORRECTED] Jazz Air parent Chorus Aviation reported second-quarter net income of C$22.9 million ($22.3 million), up 35.3% from a C$16.9 million profit in the year-ago period. “Cash flow remains strong, and we remain focused on strengthening our foundation, improving our cost competitiveness and building the core value for all our stakeholders,” president and CEO Joseph Randell said. Revenue increased 6% to C$426.3 million ...

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