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The cat that vanished in baggage claim at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and whose plight became an online sensation has been found after being missing for two months.
Not even officers from Israeli security service Shin Bet can escape the scourge of lost luggage it seems.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Authorities in Puerto Rico have found two tourists from Atlanta who were forced to spend the night in a rainforest after getting lost in El Yunque.
British Airways passengers attempting to hold the airline accountable for losing an estimated one million pieces of luggage received some good news today when a District Court judge ruled a nationwide
A Romanian tourist lost in the harsh Australian Outback for six days managed to raise the alarm by calling home when he stumbled into a rare patch of mobile phone coverage.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Caribbean tourism officials are working overtime to reassure reluctant travelers that plenty of sun-soaked islands were untouched by a recent spate of deadly tropical cyclone
Jeffrey Paul Bradford and Adrianna Grace Connor should have just gone back to their motel room Sunday night, according to Lower Swatara Twp. police.Instead, Bradford, 24, a pilot for Pinnacle Airlines Inc., and Connor, a flight attendant for the airline, left Angies Diner on Eisenhower Boulevard and walked to nearby woods along Richardson Road.
Of all the travails associated with air travel, luggage problems can be among the most vexing.With airlines flying with full planes and connecting flights often squeaky-tight, luggage delays have spiked in the last year on U.S. domestic flights. Delayed luggage is a real headache, as most air travelers know to their cost.
DALLAS - Have you ever wondered what happens to the books left in seat-back pockets, the jackets found in the gate area, or the children's toys left onboard the plane? All these items are kept at each airport facility for five days in hopes they will be claimed by their owners, while our Southwest Airlines Baggage Employees act as detectives to hunt down the owners.