Air Canada, coming off a loss-making first quarter, is counting on the development of its international network to enable it to eventually achieve “sustained profitability.” The airline confirmed Friday it incurred a first-quarter net loss of C$260 million ($258 million), which it had previously disclosed in a partial release of its earnings results last month. ...

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