July 2, 2014 11:18 am

Porter Airlines ordered to pay bumped domestic passengers

Porter Airlines chief executive Robert Deluce speaks to media in this file photo.

Tibor Kolley / Canadian Press

The Canadian Transportation Agency has ordered Porter Airlines to pay cash to passengers bumped from domestic flights.

The regulator has given the carrier, which operates turboprops primarily from Toronto City Centre Airport, until July 8 to detail the actual compensation.

The agency previously ordered Porter to compensate bumped passengers travelling from Canada to the United States. Air Canada was also ordered to pay cash compensation depending on the length of the delay.

© 2014 The Canadian Press

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