Air Canada posted a 2014 net income of C$105 million ($90.3 million), more than a tenfold improvement over full-year net profit of C$10 million in 2013. Air Canada president and CEO Calin Rovinescu said it was the corporation’s “best full-year financial performance in the corporation’s 77-year history.” Air Canada’s 2014 adjusted net profit—which excludes foreign exchange, net financing expense on employee benefits, mark-to-market adjustments on fuel ...

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