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Air Canada (AC.TO)

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Tue, Nov 7 2017

BRIEF-AIR CANADA, SKY REGIONAL AIRLINES CONCLUDE 10-YEAR EXTENSION TO CAPACITY PURCHASE AGREEMENT

* AIR CANADA AND SKY REGIONAL AIRLINES CONCLUDE 10-YEAR EXTENSION TO CAPACITY PURCHASE AGREEMENT Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Air Canada partners with Adyen to expand local payment methods

* Air Canada expands acceptance of alternative payments for international transactions to support global growth strategy

BRIEF-Air Canada establishes automatic share purchase plan

* Normal course issuer bid to purchase for cancellation, up to 22.4 million class A variable voting shares and class B voting shares​

Air Canada beats on yields, optimistic on future bookings

Air Canada beat estimates, helped by third-quarter yields and lower costs, with executives from the country's largest airline optimistic about travel heading into the busy winter season.

UPDATE 3-Air Canada beats on yields, optimistic on future bookings

Oct 25 Air Canada beat estimates, helped by third-quarter yields and lower costs, with executives from the country's largest airline optimistic about travel heading into the busy winter season.

BRIEF-Air Canada reports record third quarter 2017 results

* Air Canada qtrly adjusted CASM 9.2‍​ cents versus 9.4 cents

Air Canada profit more than doubles on tax gain

Oct 25 Air Canada, the country's largest airline, said its third-quarter profit more than doubled, helped by an income tax gain.

FAA probes second Air Canada emergency landing at San Francisco airport

MONTREAL/WASHINGTON Oct 24 Air Canada and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Tuesday they are investigating a weekend flight that landed on a San Francisco runway after the crew was told to abort, the second recent incident involving the carrier at the busy California airport.

BRIEF-AAR says expects to generate incremental revenues of about $30-40 mln/year upon implementation of agreements with Air Canada, acquisition of MRO facilities

* AAR - expects to generate incremental revenues of about $30-40 million/year upon full implementation of agreements with Air Canada, acquisition of MRO facilities Source text: (http://bit.ly/2ylfxEl) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Air Canada ‍announces non-stop services from Toronto & Montreal​

* Announced new non-stop services to begin next Summer from Toronto and Montreal and a new route between Montreal and Lisbon​

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