Air Canada applies for slots at Reagan Washington National

U.S. airlines are objecting to Air Canada's application to begin service from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Washington. Air Canada has applied for slots at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, along with several U.S. carriers. Some U.S. rivals say Air Canada wants U.S. traffic so that it can boost its routes to Asia.

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