Chorus Aviation, parent of Canadian regional airline Jazz, posted second-quarter net profit of C$36.5 million ($34.2 million), more than quadrupling its second-quarter 2013 net income of C$7.9 million. Chorus’ operating revenue grew 1.8% year-over-year to C$417.8 million as expenses increased 1.3% to C$383.6 million, leaving an operating income of C$34.3 million—an 8.1% improvement on the year-ago June quarter. During the quarter, Chorus’ voluntary employee severance ...

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