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Dec 4, 2006

The Canadian government did say in Blue Sky, the primary objective of which is to negotiate reciprocal open skies agreements similar to the one reached with the US last year and the UK in April, that Canadian airlines "should have the opportunity to compete in international markets on a reasonably level playing field." It has no plans to allow cabotage. The Canadian Airports Council expressed satisfaction with the policy but called on the government to "commit more resources to border services." Nov 29, 2006

US Election May Hinder 'Open Skies'. Efforts to free up transatlantic air services have hit a stalemate with recent US elections expected to make it more difficult to push through new...

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