Like the music after which it is named, Canada’s largest regional airline is versatile and adaptable, operating a diverse fleet of aircraft on one of the more distinctive route networks in the world. Flying as far south as US cities Houston and New Orleans and as far north as remote Canadian destinations Whitehorse, Yellowknife and Goose Bay, Jazz Aviation contends with a wide range of operating environments and serves a varied mix of passengers. “We go through a lot of ...

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