Canada's Porter Airlines, whose launch from Toronto City Centre Airport last October caused some consternation at Air Canada Jazz, this week won official clearance from the US Dept. of Transportation to expand its regional service south of the border. One week after ACJ was granted the right by a Federal Court judge to appeal its spring 2006 eviction from the airport (ATWOnline, June 14), Porter said it soon would be able to "offer true competition and superior service on a number of US ...

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