Woman's Viral Search for Her Luggage Leads to Very Sketch Airline Operation
If the 2022 Southwest-gate cancellation wasn't enough for you - wait until you hear this woman's story.
As a long standing United Airlines user (because they're the only airline with nonstop flights to where I need to go), I've only had my luggage "lost" about twice. Both times, it was returned to me - but what I didn't like about one instance is, a third party returned it to me, the next day at the hotel I was staying at in another city.
If you've been fortunate enough to have never lost your luggage, be grateful.
I used my past experiences as reason to purchase Apple AirTags for all my pieces of luggage every time I travel. One woman tracked her lost luggage to find it at a random apartment building. Watch below.
I have experienced this first hand, and I did receive my belongings from a third party delivery person that transports delayed luggage to the destination of their owners. But, luggage is usually only delivered within a certain time window. If the luggage is already loaded in their vehicle before the cut off time, I'm assuming it would stay in their vehicle or possession before they can start making deliveries the next day.
Has this ever happened to you? What ways do you make sure to keep track of your belongings while traveling?