Air Canada and Continental Airlines could soon be serving Toronto City Airport under a slot allocation plan devised by the city’s port authority. Under an initial allocation assessed by Airport Coordination Ltd. (ACL), an independent consultancy contracted by the Toronto Port Authority, of the 90 available slots 44 will go to Porter Airlines, currently the only commercial operator at the airport, while 30 will go to Air Canada and 16 to Continental. “To arrive at this arrangement, ...
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