Jazz brings together a variety of sounds, blending them into a rhythmic pattern of music, merging a wide range of chords and instruments into what could be called a harmonic convergence. The same thing could be said about Air Canada Jazz, a Regional carrier that over the past four years consolidated four airlines with disparate fleets, thousands of employees, separate languages and distinct corporate cultures to create a single product. "We had a lot of complexities," says Jazz President ...

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