Air Canada reported a first-quarter net loss of C$34 million ($30.7 million), narrowed from a net loss of C$126 million in the year-ago quarter, on a 5.9% increase in revenue to C$2.53 billion. President and CEO Montie Brewer, noting that the first quarter is "traditionally the industry's weakest period" and that fuel costs were high, called the results "solid" and pointed to year-over-year improvement. "Performance in the domestic market, in particular, excelled," he said. Operating loss ...

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