mishandled baggage

mishandled baggage

Baggage involuntarily, or inadvertently, separated from passenger or crew (ICAO).
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carriers reporting mishandled baggage data posted a mishandled baggage rate of 2.
The expansion of services will include airport mishandled baggage collections for business customers, internal mail services for corporate customers, e-commerce collection and delivery, and parcel delivery.
Since 2007, the rate of mishandled baggage has fallen 70% due to investment in technologies and process improvements by the world's airlines and airports.
Delta has also added DOT mishandled baggage complaints to the OPC.
5 per cent of all mishandled baggage is never reunited with its owners.
Sita's baggage management systems are used by 200 airports and 500 airlines around the world and have been proven to reduce the level of mishandled baggage and the costs associated with it.
Active IATA involvement shows the significance of this pilot project, RFID technologies and capabilities opened up by this HHRBTS system for airlines, since airlines are those to suffer most the financial loss due to lost or mishandled baggage.
But on-time performance and mishandled baggage rates worsened.
The airlines' mishandled baggage rate also improved, falling to 3.
Furthermore, mishandled baggage results in negative impacts to profit margins and the loss of hard-earned customer satisfaction.
2 percent of its flights were punctual), but it had the highest rate of lost or mishandled baggage of any mainline carrier (3.