Jazz Air parent Chorus Aviation reported second-quarter net income of C$7.9 million ($7.5 million), down 65.1% from a C$22.6 million profit in the year-ago period. Nonetheless, “the second quarter delivered solid results,” Chorus Aviation CFO Richard Flynn said. Revenue fell 3.8% to C$410.3 million while expenses lowered 2.9% to C$378.6 million, producing an operating profit of C$31.7 million, down 12.6% from a C$36.3 million operating profit in the prior-year quarter.

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