Air Canada reported a first-quarter net loss of C$170 million ($132 million), widened from C$13 million loss in the year-ago quarter. The Canadian flag carrier posted a loss before income taxes of C$184 million, which included foreign exchange losses of C$112 million. This compared to a loss before income taxes of C$13 million, which included gains on foreign exchange of C$70 million, in the 2017 first quarter. However, Air Canada delivered 1Q record revenues of C$4.1 billion and expenses ...

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