Canadian scheduled air freight carrier Cargojet reported a full-year 2017 net profit of C$23.7 million ($18.9 million), a nearly tenfold increase over the airline’s C$2.4 million net profit in 2016, driven by revenue generated by increased long-haul ACMI flying and chartered hurricane relief flights to the Caribbean. Cargojet operations include domestic air cargo services for a number of international airlines between points in Canada that connect such airlines’ gateways to ...

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