The time has come to talk of many things – of a traveler’s journey to the United States of America (USA) with the Defendant Airline – and of his lost luggage, the consequence thereof and why the Plaintiff says he is entitled to be compensated – the nature of the contractual relationship – and the Warsaw Convention. Those questions arise in this litigation, in which the Plaintiff claims damages for a breach of contract against the Defendant airline.
 By a writ of summons issued on January 23, 2014 the Plaintiff claims against the Defendant:
i. General damages for breach of contract.
ii. US$12,000.00 as Special Damages; and
iii. Further or other relief.
 After the service of the writ and its accompanying statement of claim on the Defendant, Appearance was entered after which a statement of defence was filed by the Defendant on April 28, 2014 to which the Plaintiff filed a reply on May 19, 2014.