Jazz, a regional subsidiary of Air Canada, has revealed that it has entered into partnership negotiations about transborder services with US carriers.
According to the chief executive of Jazz, Joseph Randell, no deal appears imminent because of regulatory hurdles, Reuters reported.
The airline flew to 56 destinations in Canada and 22 destinations in the US as of 1 February, and it has a fleet of 131 aircraft.
ACE Aviation Holdings Inc, the parent company of Air Canada, currently owns 79.7% of Jazz and Jazz Air Income Fund owns the remaining 20.3%.
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