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 Canadaâ€™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 Canadaâ€™s decision to reduce service at the airport starting in 2004, when it was the airportâ€™s only operator, and the expiration and termination in 2006 of a ...
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