Canada’s Chorus Aviation confirmed Feb. 6 that it has ordered nine Bombardier CRJ900s that will help support its recently announced extension as an Air Canada regional-feeder partner. The aircraft, which will be operated by Chorus subsidiary Jazz Aviation, will include the new Atmosphere cabin and be configured in a 76-seat layout, including 12 business-class seats. Chorus’s fleet plan has the aircraft arriving in 2020.  Chorus and Air Canada recently announced a revamped ...

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