Porter Airlines will retain the 16 slots awarded earlier this year after a judge dismissed Air Canada’s claims that Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport erred in granting the slots to the Bombardier Q400 operator. Porter holds a commanding position at the city airport, challenged only by Air Canada’s 30 slots, allocated last year. However, a federal court decided that 16 slots allocated to Continental Airlines in 2010 and returned in April can go to Porter, as planned by the Toronto Port ...
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