Jazz (airline)

  • Calgary
  • Montréal- Trudeau
  • Toronto-Pearson
  • Vancouver

Jazz Aviation is a Canadian airline based in Enfield and based on the Halifax airport. She is a former subsidiary of Air Canada and leads even today with these regional and commuter flights.


The airlines Air BC, Air Ontario, Air Nova and Canadian Regional Airlines merged in January 2002 to a regional company owned by the Air Canada called Air Canada Jazz. 2006, the parent company of Chorus Aviation was brought to the Toronto Stock Exchange. Following a restructuring of operations are currently performed by the Jazz Aviation LP. Despite the sale of Jazz Aviation operates more flights for Air Canada by, since 2011 under the brand name Air Canada Express. In addition, charter flights are offered.


Jazz Aviation operates for Air Canada by numerous regional and feeder flights and relies mainly a large network within Canada. Among the 82 objectives of the society include Toronto-Pearson, Vancouver, Montreal- Trudeau, Calgary, Halifax, Yellowknife, Victoria, Prince Albert, Yarmouth, Regina, Kenora, Comox, Repulse Bay, Saskatoon, Timmins, Winnipeg and Whitehorse in Canada and Seatte, New York -LaGuardia and Chicago -O'Hare Fairbanks in the U.S..


As of December 2013, the fleet of Jazz Aviation of 127 aircraft composed with a mean age of 15.9 years, which is currently all operated for Air Canada under the name Air Canada Express: