Toronto’s city council is expected to postpone until March an executive committee meeting to review Porter Airlines’ request to operate Bombardier CSeries airliners from the city’s downtown island airport. This could lead to a full city council vote on April 1. But city staff are pushing to delay to March 2015 a decision on the proposal to extend the runway and lift the ban on operating jets at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (BBTCA). Porter placed a conditional order for 15 Bombardier ...
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