Tuesday, February 7, 2023

A couple bemoaned that Air Canada would have delivered their luggage despite reporting it missing

Via TikTok, a couple in Ontario lamented that Air Canada might have given their luggage to a charity, despite the fact that they had reported their bags lost.

Dancer and choreographer, Nakita Reiss, said that after months of tracking down her lost item with an Airtag, she learned it had been given to a community in Etobicoke.

The woman said on social networks that the situation happened after her husband returned from a honeymoon in Greece.

According to Reiss, after landing in Montreal, he was told he needed to re-check his bags for his flight to Toronto. But after arriving at Toronto Pearson Airport, “my bag was returned and my husband’s was not.”

After a baggage complaint, he traced it with his airtag, which showed the bag was still in Montreal, where it remained for four weeks.

As it was, the airtag showed them that the bag was in a residential community.

After staying at the same location for a month, the couple decided to go to the storage facility and try to find their bag.

“My husband started looking at some of the doors with his flashlight until he found one that was packed floor-to-ceiling with stuff.”

affected are surprised

said Nakita Reis, who is shocked after donating her belongings to an organization that didn’t take into account reports of her lost suitcase.

The woman said on Tik Tok that “actually, he never really got lost because we know where he was all the time.”

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Police called by the couple said they found more than 500 items at the facility, with some bags containing iPhones, laptops, iPads and more.

Following this situation, Air Canada compensated her with a quarter of the value of three weeks’ worth of clothing in her husband’s suitcase.

Rees said for those in this situation, “Keep pushing by talking to and emailing airline officials.”

He condemned the actions taken by the airline and said that “it is wrong and criminal.”

This is how you can report to Air Canada

The baggage handler will ask you about the following:

  • Your Contact Information
  • A detailed description of your baggage and its contents
  • baggage retrieval check
  • This information will be useful for writing incident reports in WorldTracer.

Access your WorldTracer reports

If you have already completed an incident report in WorldTracer and you have an incident report reference number (for example, YULAC12345), you can update or review the status of your delayed baggage on the WorldTracer website.

If you have not completed an incident report upon arrival, you must immediately contact the Central Baggage Office by calling toll free 1 888 689-BAGS (2247) from 05:00 to 23:00 hours, 7 days a week Will have to contact or the United States.

What if your item is lost after 3 days?

You must immediately complete the baggage tracking form in the Baggage section of the Please notify us of an external website that may not meet accessibility guidelines.

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“In order for our team at the Central Baggage Tracking Office to be able to retrieve your baggage, please list all items that you have with you as accurately as possible,” the airline states.

when your luggage is located

Air Canada says, “Once we locate your baggage and make sure it has arrived at your destination airport, we will send it to you via our contracted carrier or via FedEx.” Will contact you for.”

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