A Canadian airline has agreed to pay a record $25.2 million to the U.A.E. after a U.KS. court ordered it to pay compensation to passengers who were denied access to the airport terminal.
The airline has also agreed to make $4.8 million in additional compensation.
The agreement was reached in a U,K.
court on Thursday.
The U.G. ruling in February led to the cancellation of flights from London Heathrow Airport to Toronto and Montreal.
The judge’s order was widely criticized by passengers and some U. S. lawmakers.
The airport was shut down and passengers were asked to return home or to other airports.
The case is the latest of many to come before the U,KS.
The Canadian airline, Air Canada, is the largest in the world and is based in Toronto.
The United Kingdom’s Supreme Court ruled in March that the company had been violating its contract with passengers, ordering it to compensate those affected by the closure.
A spokesperson for the company told the Associated Press that the UG. decision was “extremely disappointing” and “unprecedented” for the airline.
“The decision to take action now will allow us to avoid the potential of this happening again,” said the spokesperson.
“We are working to implement the court order in a way that does not impact the UK. market and will work to make sure our flights are running normally for all passengers as soon as possible.”
In an interview with the Associated Statesman, Mr. Trump also said that his administration will not be taking any action to force the U.,K.
to pay the money.
“No, we are not going to do that,” he said.
What we`re going to be doing is you know, if you get rid of the border and we have free trade, we don`’t have to pay that, that`s the problem.”