Air Canada  shares fell to their lowest level in more than 10 weeks after the Canadian flag carrier said yields would continue to decline this year.Air Canada shares fell 8.1% to C$8.51 in Toronto, its lowest closing level since May 27th. The drop was the biggest since June 12th.The airline stated that yield, or average fare per mile, declined 2.1% in the second quarter.CEO Calin Rovinescu said yields will continue to fall this year as the airline adds more economy class seats in an attempt to boost profit.Rovinescu told local media: “We are purposely looking at having a lower yield.

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