Jazz Air parent Chorus Aviation reported 2010 net income of C$125.8 million ($124.3 million), up 35.8% over net income of C$92.6 million in 2009.
Jazz Air CRJ700. Photo: Courtesy, Bombardier. Jazz Air parent Chorus Aviation reported 2010 net income of C$125.8 million ($124.3 million), up 35.8% over net income of C$92.6 million in 2009. Operating revenue rose 0.8% year-over-year to C$1.49 billion while expenses increased 3.7% to C$1.35 billion. Chorus replaced Jazz Air Income Fund as the parent of the Canadian regional carrier following conversion from an income trust to a corporate structure on Dec. 31, 2010. President and ...
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