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- Newly merged carrier Air Canada Regional Inc commenced service in January 2001 as wholly-owned subsidiary of Air Canada utilizing four regional airline brands - AirBC, Air Nova, Air Ontario and Canadian Regional
- These companies were consolidated to become Jazz by 2002
- Air Canada Express: Under a capacity purchase agreement with Air Canada, Jazz provides service to and from lower-density markets as well as higher-density markets at off-peak times throughout Canada and to and from certain destinations in the United States.
- There are two airline divisions operated by Jazz Aviation LP: Air Canada Express and Jazz
- In February 2006, Jazz completed its initial public offering. On January 4, 2011 Jazz Air Income Fund completed a corporate conversion to Chorus Aviation Inc. ” a dividend-paying holding company that owns Jazz Aviation LP.
- Operates more flights to more Canadian destinations than any other Canadian carrier
- Jazz: Under the Jazz brand, the airline offers charters throughout North America with a dedicated fleet of five Bombardier aircraft for corporate clients, governments, special interest groups and individuals seeking more convenience. Jazz also has the ability to offer airline operators services such as ground handling, dispatching, flight load planning, training and consulting.
- Through its partnership with Air Canada, passengers can enjoy seamless travel to/from regional centers from international destinations
- Bombardier (Q400 NextGen)
- Bombardier (CRJ 705)
- Bombardier (CRJ 200)
- Dash 8-300 (DH3)
- Dash 8-100 (DH1)
- Affiliate member of the Star Alliance
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