Jazz Air (QK, Halifax) retired its CRJ200 fleet from active service on June 6, 2024, after its last aircraft of the type, C-FEJA (msn 7983), operated a commercial round flight between Toronto Pearson and Montréal Trudeau on behalf of Air Canada Express.

C-FEJA was then ferried from Toronto to storage in Kingman via Denver International, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows.

It is a 19.50-year-old airframe owned by Falko Regional Aircraft. It has a single-class configuration with 50 economy seats, the ch-aviation fleets module shows.

Jazz Air operated fifteen CRJ200s. All are currently stored in Kingman, and are owned either by Falko or Bombardier Services.

The Canadian carrier’s fleet now comprises 99 aircraft, including thirty-five CRJ900LRs, thirty-nine DHC-8-Q400s, and twenty-five E175s.