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[IMG]A-242-16/ - Appeal (dismissed):
Legality of the decision of the Agency purporting to allow NewLeaf and similar Indirect Air Service Providers to operate with a licence.
[IMG]16-A-37/ -  
[IMG]A-39-16/ - Application for Judicial Review (struck as moot due to the appeal in File No. A-242-16):
Does the Agency have jurisdiction to 'not require' so-called Indirect Air Service Providers to hold a licence?
[IMG]A-135-15/ - Appeal (granted):
Discrimination against 'large' passengers by Delta Airlines.
1. Does 'any peson' have standing to bring a complaint under s. 111 of the Air Transportation Regulations?
2. Is public interest standing limited to constitutional challenges and challenges to the legality of administrative actions?
[IMG]A-238-16/ -  
[IMG]A-167-14/ - Application for Judicial Review (dismissed):
Refusal of the Agency to render a decision in a complaint about improper advertising of air services on Expedia.ca
[IMG]16-A-17/ - Leave to appeal (granted):
Legality of the decision of the Agency purporting to allow NewLeaf and similar Indirect Air Service Providers to operate with a licence.
[IMG]16-A-15/ - Leave to appeal (granted):
1. ex-parte communications between the Agency and British Airways and denial of procedural fairness;
2. inconsistency with the order made in Decision No. 49-C-A-2016.
[IMG]A-366-14/ - Appeal (allowed):
1. British Airways' denied boarding compensation policy;
2. procedural fairness before the Agency.
[IMG]A-357-14/ - Appeal (dismissed):
1. fairness of the Agency's new procedural rules (no cross-examination, no oral hearing, and no requirement to provide reasons);
2. powers of the Agency to stay its final decisions.
[IMG]A-218-14/ - Application for Judicial Review (allowed):
Rights of the public to view adjudicative files of the Agency pursuant to the open court principle and s. 2(b) of the Charter
[IMG]14-A-70/ - Leave to appeal (granted):
Discrimination against 'large' passengers by Delta Airlines.
1. Is public interest standing limited to constitutional challenges and challenges to the legality of administrative actions?
2. Does 'any peson' have standing to bring a complaint under s. 111 of the Air Transportation Regulations?
[IMG]14-A-37/ - Leave to appeal (granted):
1. British Airways' denied boarding compensation policy;
2. procedural fairness before the Agency.
[IMG]14-A-36/ - Leave to Appeal (granted):
1. fairness of the Agency's new procedural rules (no cross-examination, no oral hearing, and no requirement to provide reasons);
2. powers of the Agency to stay its final decisions.
[IMG]A-279-13/ - Appeal (dismissed):
Can the Agency change its procedural rules without the approval of the Governer in Council (s. 36 of the Canada Transportation Act)?