Durunna v. Air Canada, 2013 ABPC 31

In Carriage of Goods by Air on (Updated )

The plaintiff shipped 10 laptop computers with Air Canada from Canada to Nigeria. The computers disappeared en route. Air Canada defended the action arguing that its liability was limited pursuant to the terms of the Montreal Convention. Decision: Plaintiff is entitled to judgment for the value of the computers plus shipping costs. Held: The Montreal Convention did not do away …

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Lukacs v. United Airlines, 2009 MBCA 111

In Carriage of Passengers by Sea on (Updated )

This was an application for leave to appeal a trial decision refusing general damages under Article 19 of the Montreal Convention for mental anguish and a missed opportunity resulting from a cancelled flight. The Court of Appeal denied leave on the basis that Article 19 of the Montreal Convention has been previously examined by appellate courts around the world and …

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