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It's a dispute that's been going on for years and it's finally come to end.
Harbour Air and the "Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre" have a new deal in place - with the help of a mediator, to operate at the new Canada Place terminal.
At issue was a lease agreement and perceived safety concerns.
Harbour Air C-E-O Greg McDougall says it's a relief to have an agreement in place that will see his planes flying out of a new, permanent terminal by year's end.
"Very relieved because it's been totally a major focus of the company in all different aspects to try and get a resolution to the very heart of our business which is operating in and out of Coal Harbour."
The only drawback however is that passengers will see an extra $9.50 tacked on to every flight to help pay for the new location.