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This database contains all public Decisions, Determinations, Orders and certain interim Decisions made by the Canadian Transportation Agency since 1988. Some decisions are confidential and are not published.
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Accessible transportation complaint - Katherine Covell and Sarah Daviau against Air Canada and application by Dr. J. David Spence against Air Canada, Jazz Air LP, as represented by its general partner, Jazz Air Holding GP Inc. carrying on business as Air Canada Jazz, Jazz and Jazz Air, and WestJet.
INTRODUCTION  Katherine Covell, Sarah Daviau and Dr. J. David Spence (applicants) filed applications with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) pursuant to subsection 172(1) of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10, as amended (CTA) against Air Canada. Dr. Spence's application...
430-AT-A-2011 | Decision | 2011-12-15
On June 13, 2011, Dave Lofranco filed an application with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) against Air Canada regarding difficulties he experienced as a result of his allergy to peanuts on Air Canada Flight No. 1038 from Denver, Colorado, United States of America to Toronto, Ontario,...
409-AT-A-2011 | Decision | 2011-11-17
APPLICATIONS by Dr. Sophia Huyer and Rhonda Nugent against Air Canada regarding difficulties they experienced relating to peanut and nut allergies.
June 16, 2011 APPLICATIONS by Dr. Sophia Huyer and Rhonda Nugent, on behalf of her daughter Melanie Nugent, against Air Canada. File No. U3570-15 Background  In Decision No. 4-AT-A-2010 (January Decision), the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) addressed applications by Dr. Sophia Huyer...
228-AT-A-2011 | Decision | 2011-06-16
May 17, 2011 APPLICATION by Jennifer Nolan, on behalf of Taya Nolan, against Thomas Cook Airlines Limited. File No. U3570/10-23 INTRODUCTION  Jennifer Nolan filed an application on behalf of her daughter, Taya Nolan, with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) pursuant to subsection 172(1...
184-AT-A-2011 | Decision | 2011-05-17