Air Canada B777-300ER. Photo: Courtesy, Air Canada. Air Canada reported a second-quarter net loss of C$203 million ($198.7 million), reversed from a C$155 million profit in the year-ago period, despite being profitable on an operating level. The result was negatively impacted by a C$54 million interest expense and C$156 million in foreign exchange losses, reversed from foreign exchange gains of $355 million in the year-ago quarter. AC executives yesterday highlighted the ...

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