Air Canada last month lost its latest fight with Porter Airlines over access to Toronto City Centre when a Canadian federal court judge dismissed AC’s allegations of wrongdoing by Porter and the Toronto Port Authority related to slots at Toronto’s downtown airport. The TPA awarded Porter 44 of 90 new slots in June (adding to the carrier’s existing 112 slots), while Air Canada got 30 slots and Continental Airlines received 16. "This [court] decision reinforces that ...

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