Efforts by Halifax-based Chorus Aviation to develop its nascent aircraft leasing business Chorus Aviation Capital (CAC) are making headway, as the company posted a C$40.8 million ($31.3 million) net profit for the second quarter of 2017, up 72.5% from C$23.7 million in 2Q 2016. Chorus Aviation is also the parent of regional carrier Jazz Aviation and ACMI provider Voyageur Airways. Following the extension of Chorus’ capacity purchase agreement (CPA) with Air Canada in early 2015, ...

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