Travel: What happens to lost your luggage

While some airlines will auction your unclaimed luggage for "charity causes", your luggage may in many cases end up in the hands of airline employees who will help themselves to the loot after a fruitless search.

Your luggage could also end up on eBay. To learn more about what happens to your lost luggage and the process airlines undergo to try and retrace the luggage, read What happens to your luggage at the airport. At New Zealand's Christchurch International Airport, they have a much simpler and crude solution to the lost luggage without any form of identification. They simply destroy it, as captured by an AirAsia passenger below:

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  1. She did not want to say it, because it made no practical sense, but in the end she went to Japan for the delicate sake cups, resting in her hand like a blossom; she went to Japan for loveliness.


  2. I didn’t know that some excess luggage end up on EBay. That is really disappointing when an airline fails to maximize their security. Their responsibility can really be measured in luggage handling.


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