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COVID-19 testing at customs marks a major shift toward clearing clogged terminals, but more measures are needed to end airport gridlock, industry groups say.Wait times and tarmac delays for arriving flights at large airports improved immediately after the move went into effect Saturday, according to the Canadian Airports Council and the Greater Toronto Airports Authority.“We’re very encouraged by the news.

It’s a big step forward in addressing the delay issues,” council head Monette Pasher said in an interview Monday.“But there’s still a lot more work to do, as there were still gate holds, albeit for shorter periods of time.

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