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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 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.

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:

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