A Quebec judge has approved a class-action lawsuit against Air Canada for allegedly overcharging some customers. \nThe law firm behind the case is inviting anyone who may have been affected to apply to participate.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nToday, Air Canada was slapped with a class-action lawsuit over fuel surcharges. A Quebec judge approved the case of Quebec passengers that allegedly paid 105% of the fuel costs on flights between April 2012 and November 2014.\nAs per the lawsuit, Air Canada apparently charged customers $163 dollars more than they should have, according to their own policy. In some cases, passengers were allegedly charged more than double the listed fuel surcharge.\n"Between April 15, 2012 and November 28, 2014," the lawsuit reads, "Air Canada charged its customers an amount higher than what was required to offset the volatility and fluctuations in the cost of fuel and in multiple cases, charged an amount equal or higher to the entire cost of fuel for the flight, thus allowing Air Canada to reap a clean profit from the fuel surcharge."\nThe class-action seeks to obtain financial compensation for damages suffered. All customers who travelled on an Air Canada flight between April 2012 and November 2014 may be entitled to a package.\nCustomers who booked international flights, excluding the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean, are eligible to register for the class-action. It's open to all physical and legal persons. Therefore, if a travel agency booked your flight, you're out of luck.\nView this post on Instagram Not all superheroes wear capes (some wear a "mask").😉🦸🏼♂️🦸🏿♀️🦹🏻♀️🦹🏼♂️🦹🏽♂️🦸🏻♂️ Happy #NationalSuperheroDay . . Les superhéros ne portent pas tous une cape — certains portent un masque. 😉🦹🏻♀️🦹🏽♂️🦸🏻♂️🦸🏼♂️🦹🏼♂️🦸🏿♀️ Bonne journée nationale des superhéros A post shared by Air Canada (@aircanada) on Apr 29, 2019 at 12:59pm PDT\nThe lawsuit states that physical persons who purchased tickets from their Aeroplan loyalty plan or Air Miles loyalty program are also entitled to register for the class-action.\nAccording to CBC News, Air Canada disagrees with the allegations and intends to defend its position in court.\nREAD ALSO: A Class-Action Lawsuit Against The City Of Montreal For Racial Profiling Was Just Approved\nAccording to the official legal document, found here, fuel surcharges "are collected by airlines to offset partially the volatility of and fluctuations in operating costs associated with the price of fuel."\nView this post on Instagram Dreamy sunrise at the international terminal. This bird will be spending the day flying to Newark and back, before setting off for Delhi by night. #mornings #sunrise #aircanada #flytheflag #staralliance #dreamliner #787 #boeing #instaviation #plane_photos #igaviationcontest #planes #planeporn #instaaviation #planespotting #avgeek #aviationphotography #aviationlovers #megaplane #avnerd #aviation #aviation4u #instagramaviation #instaplane #YVRspotters #yvr #vancouverairport A post shared by Derek MacPherson (@dmairplane) on Jul 26, 2019 at 8:42am PDT\nThe lawsuit concerns Quebec residents only as the alleged surcharges happened on flights leaving the province.\nView this post on Instagram Air Canada's early morning 777 to Toronto taxiing out for departure a couple days ago. Mismatched cowling is a thicc L. #aircanada #staralliance #flytheflag #boeing #777 #777300ER #instaviation #plane_photos #igaviationcontest #planes #planeporn #instaaviation #planespotting #avgeek #aviationphotography #aviationlovers #megaplane #avnerd #aviation #aviation4u #instagramaviation #instaplane #YVRspotters #yvr #vancouverairport A post shared by Derek MacPherson (@dmairplane) on Jul 5, 2019 at 8:14am PDT\nCompensatory damages are being sought for those who register for the class-action lawsuit. To apply, you must provide proof of purchase and full receipt.\nThis isn't the first time Air Canada has faced scrutiny from customers. Six months ago, airline employees admitted to misleading people by overselling flights with empty seats.\nTo register for the class-action lawsuit, you can apply to Renno & Vathilakis law firm on their official website.