Porter Airlines, a regional carrier that launched operations from Toronto City Centre Airport last October, on Friday sought an injunction from an Ontario Superior Court to force Air Canada and its Jazz affiliate to sever all ties for allegedly violating Canadian competition laws and to pay Porter C$850 million ($878.4 million) in damages. Porter's allegations were filed in a counterclaim to a lawsuit previously filed by Jazz, which operates regional services on behalf of AC via a capacity ...

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