Air Canada Sees Record 2Q Adjusted Earnings, Lower PRASM

Credit: Air Canada
Air Canada’s passenger revenue per available seat-mile (PRASM) and yield declined as the airline expanded capacity in what it deems a record-breaking second quarter based on adjusted net income. As the airline works to build up its Canadian hubs with international traffic, Air Canada’s overall...

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