Air Canada passengers who deliberately carried only carry-on baggage to avoid baggage confusion say they were forced to check their bags anyway, but it goes missing.


On June 10, 2022, luggage will begin to accumulate at Pearson International Airport.

On June 10, 2022, luggage will begin to accumulate at Pearson International Airport.Steve Russell / Toronto Star via Getty Images.

  • An Air Canada flyer told insiders that he didn’t check the bag because of the turmoil at the airport.

  • Passengers were then forced to check carry-on baggage left behind by the airline, she told insiders.

  • The story of a woman is one of the hundreds of stories in the summer of 2022 in the turmoil of travel around the world.

Air Canada passengers who recently lost their luggage said they had deliberately packed their carry-on baggage to avoid the disruption of travel that consumes the aviation industry, but were later forced to check the baggage and then misplaced it.

Emily Mightino, who traveled from LAX to Barcelona via Air Canada on June 29 with her partner, told insiders that she was forced to check in her bag in LA after being told there was no room for carry-on.

She later noticed that her bag was gone after waiting two hours in Barcelona’s luggage carousel.

“I’m really frustrated,” Mightino told insiders, adding that he called Air Canada seven or eight times in the days after the bag ran out, but didn’t get a response.

Air Canada did not immediately respond to insider requests for comment.

Maitino is one of the many passengers who recently lost their luggage on an Air Canada flight.

Other passengers use social media to express their frustration with lost luggage.Another Air Canada Passenger Told the insider He called Air Canada 20 times a day after the airline misplaced his luggage on a connecting flight from Lisbon, Portugal to LaGuardia, New York.

The aviation industry was confused in the summer of 2022 as both the aviation industry and the airport struggled to hire the staff needed to handle the surge in passenger numbers.

Thousands of unclaimed bags are piled up at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Canada’s largest airport and one of the airline’s hubs.

Air Canada is not the only airline that has recently faced confusion and passenger dissatisfaction.

British Airways, the British flagship airline, announced this week that it will cancel more than 10,000 short-haul flights to and from London Airport this summer. At the beginning of the week Scandinavian Airlines Hundreds of flights had to be canceled after the pilot went on strike.

For other airlines coordinating summer schedules, Lufthansa When delta..

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