Your Luggage Has Been Lost
Before choosing an airline to fly with, read about the companies that most often lose their luggage. From time to time, the Association of European Airlines compiles a list of the airlines that lose the luggage the most.
According to official statistics, every 90 seconds in the world, there is a loss of baggage. If you’ve used the services of large airlines, the probability of losing the luggage is quite high. The more passengers and suitcases, the longer the check takes place, respectively, more problems and confusion during connecting flights.
Loss of Luggage with the Dutch KLM
According to statistics, 19.9 bags per 1,000 passengers reach their final destination longer than their owners. The company had a period when there were many problems with luggage. Somehow everything broke down, there were a lot of failures in the automation so the airline had to reconfigure the whole system and installed new scanners. Today, everything is much better. If your luggage was lost, KLM tries to find it as soon as possible. Usually, it takes them maximum 3 days to get your luggage back to you.
A well-known airline, British Airways, has repeatedly been in the list of airlines that often lose the baggage of their passengers. 18.7 bags per 1,000 people do not reach their destination. British Airways blames Heathrow for this. Such situations occur because of a reloading of the airport and limited infrastructure. Although, on the other hand, the airline recognizes that its own level of service is much lower than the one they would want.
The Austrian airlines are also among those who leave the passengers without their bags. When flying with these airlines, according to statistics, 17 suitcases for 1,000 people can never see the final point of their trip.
Although the German company offers quite affordable flights, clients are not worried about the safety of their luggage. 16.5 bags did not arrive along with the tourists to the final point.
According to the observations of tourists, most of luggage is lost in Frankfurt. Apparently there is not enough time to load it on the flight and then they forget about the next flight, and the luggage sits in the airport for weeks.
One of the airlines of romantic France can also boast of baggage losses. According to statistics, 14.1 bags per thousand people on Air France flights do not fly to the right places. Passengers are not at all delighted with such service and attitude.
Ticketing agencies often warn passengers that there is a chance the luggage can get lost when flying with Air France and Lufthansa.