Chorus Aviation, the parent company of Canadian regional operator Jazz, anticipates a decrease in block hours in 2013 due to lowered demand from the carrier’s primary customer, Air Canada. “From the preliminary indications we get from Air Canada, it looks as though the demand will be lower for this year,” Chorus CFO Rick Flynn said Feb. 21 during the company’s 2012 earnings call. President and CEO Joe Randell added, “Of course, the demand is down on the RJs [regional jets] because we ...


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