Canada’s Leisure Market Opens Up With Thomas Cook Departure

Thomas Cook’s decision to cull its Boeing 757 fleet and terminate its charter contract with Jazz reduces competition in a leisure market Air Canada has identified as key to its survival. Jazz in October 2010 signed a five-year flight services agreement with Thomas Cook that allowed the European...

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