Increase in lost luggage sparks interest in ‘trackers’ | The Canberra Times

I’m not alone in this experience, but ever since airlines and airports have tried to reduce their numbers to pre-pandemic levels, examples of delayed or lost baggage have been skyrocketing. Internationally, the rate is currently 8.7 bags per 1,000 passengers who do not arrive together. That is an increase of 24 percent compared to last year.

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