An ongoing dispute over Air Canada's access to Toronto City Center Airport will proceed to federal court. In a hearing scheduled July 6-8, the court will consider Air Canada’s claim it has been unfairly prohibited from operating at Toronto City Center. The airport's owner, Toronto Port Authority, in its defense will point to Air Canada’s decision to reduce service at the airport starting in 2004, when it was the airport’s only operator, and the expiration and termination in 2006 of a ...


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