Air Canada lost money in the first quarter of 2023. But that’s no surprise. Wintertime losses are common for the carrier. But the red ink was minimal, setting it up for a strong year. Plus, a discussion about San Francisco’s struggling airline market. Jay Shabat is joined by Madhu Unnikrishnan to discuss Air Canada’s first-quarter earnings and what’s going at SFO.
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