A surge in Caribbean hurricane-related ad hoc charters, combined with ACMI revenue related to the April opening of a new US route, lifted Canadian scheduled air freight carrier Cargojet’s third-quarter net profit to C$5.6 million ($4.5 million), reversed from its C$3.9 million net loss in 3Q 2016. Cargojet operations include domestic air cargo services for a number of international airlines between points in Canada that connect such airlines’ gateways to Canada. The company also ...

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