- Airline travel in recent months has been filled with stories of lost or damaged luggage, delays and cancellations.
- Reports of lost luggage are set to increase by at least 30% in 2022 compared to pre-pandemic levels.
- If an airline loses your luggage, here’s what to do and how to ease the resulting travel headache.
It’s been a travel year from hell for airline customers delay, cancellationand lost bags.
Lost baggage claims are set to increase in 2022, with a 30% increase over 2019 claims in the same period, previously reported, In August alone – the most recent data – US airlines lost 254,502 bags lost, delayed or damaged, according to a report from US Airlines. transport Department.
Here’s what you should do if an airline loses your luggage, as well as some tips on how to minimize loss ahead of time.