Cheap U.S. flights threaten Canadian airports
Air Date: May 03, 2013 3:41 PM CT
The promise of cheaper flights is driving many Canadians across the border to U.S. airports — and costing millions in lost revenue in Canada. CBC's Cameron MacIntosh reports.
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