Chorus Aviation, the Halifax-based parent company of Canadian regional airline Jazz Aviation, has entered into an agreement to acquire North Bay, Ontario-based Voyageur Airways for C$80 million ($63 million). Jazz operates the majority of Air Canada’s regional flying under a capacity purchase agreement, but Chorus has been looking for opportunities to broaden its business. Voyageur operates a fleet of 18 aircraft, a mix of Bombardier Dash 8-300s and CRJ200s, on medical, logistics and ...

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