I will once again turn to the Air Canada representatives.
I just want to make sure I understand one of your first recommendations. You talked about streamlining the system and making it more efficient by applying it only to flights that leave Canada, as is the case in the U.S. system, which is limited to flights that leave the U.S.
Let me use my last trip as an example. I was going to Rwanda. Let's say that, as a consumer, I go to Air Canada to buy the ticket, and since there is no direct flight, I have to go through Brussels. Does this mean that, because my departure is from Canada with Air Canada, you will be responsible for me all the way? If I were denied boarding in Brussels, not on the Air Canada flight, would I have to talk to you or the people in Brussels?