Pilot leaders from Canadian regional carrier Jazz Aviation endorsed a tentative agreement for a new contract Jan. 15, on the same day Jazz’s parent company Chorus Aviation Inc. and Air Canada announced terms to extend their capacity purchase agreement (CPA) through 2035 and increase the Jazz fleet with an additional 14 Bombardier CRJ900s. “By announcing a new agreement with Air Canada, our management has signaled that they are focused on the future and will continue to provide ...

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