Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport’s revival as a commercial port of call has been closely linked to the success of Porter Airlines’ Bombardier Q400 service, but the award of new slots to Air Canada and U.S. carrier Continental Airlines could catapult the airport to unprecedented heights. Just four years ago the airport’s owner, the Toronto Port Authority (TPA), was struggling with net losses of C$4.6 million ($4.5 million) (albeit depressed by its other concerns), and only a bitter ...


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