Hamilton councillor seeks review of airport lease Hamilton councillor Chad Collins is seeking a review of the city's lease with the company that operates the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport due to disappointing revenue and a decrease in the number of passenger flights.
Bombardier gets go ahead for CSeries tests Bombardier Aerospace said last Friday it has received a flight test permit from Transport Canada for the first CSeries aircraft, clearing the way for the jet's first test flight.
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AC, Porter must alter passenger compensation policies The Canadian Transportation Agency has acted to protect airline passengers by ordering Air Canada and Porter Airlines to provide reasonable compensation for disrupting their flight plans.