Chorus Aviation posts Q2 income $29.2 million with lease revenue up 38% accross the period, according the company’s results release. “The global aviation industry continues to be significantly challenged by the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic. Our focus remains on ensuring the safety of our employees and passengers and maintaining ample liquidity. The team has dramatically reduced costs, curtailed capital investment and raised new funding. With $228 million in liquidity, we are well positioned to manage through an extended recovery period and to participate in the growth of the aviation industry in the future,” said Joe Randell, chief executive. “The
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