WASHINGTON—Canadian North and First Air have finalized their plan to merge, paving the way for the combined carrier to integrate operations as part of a strategy to serve 24 Arctic communities. The combined entity, which will operate under the Canadian North brand, expects the integration to take 18 to 24 months. The airlines will continue to operate under separate brands at first, focusing on developing a joint schedule that will take effect later this year. The workforces will be ...

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