Jazz Air (QK, Halifax) has added the first seven of twenty-five E175s transferred from Sky Regional Airlines (KV, Montréal Trudeau) ahead of the type's deployment under a recently revised Capacity Purchase Agreement with Air Canada (AC, Montréal Trudeau).

All seven aircraft were registered to Jazz Air between April 28 and 30, 2021. Of these, C-FEKD (msn 17000101) and C-FEKS (msn 17000110) have already been reactivated to provide flights between Toronto Pearson, Windsor, and London, ON, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. C-FEKI (msn 17000103) operated a first test flight around Toronto on May 2. The remaining four aircraft remain parked in Toronto.

According to the Canadian aircraft register, a further seventeen aircraft remain registered to Sky Regional Airlines. The twenty-fifth unit, C-FEJP (msn 17000096), was deregistered from Sky Regional Airlines on April 30 but has yet to be inducted into the register as a Jazz Air aircraft.

Air Canada signed the revised CPA with Jazz Air in early March 2021. Following the transfer of all twenty-five E175s owned by Air Canada, Sky Regional Airlines ceased flight operations at the end of March.

Jazz Air also operates fifteen CRJ200s, thirty-five CRJ900s, twenty DHC-8-300s, and thirty-nine DHC-8-Q400s on behalf of Air Canada, the ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows. As a part of the revised CPA, it will remove all Dash 8-300s from Air Canada Regional operations.