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Düsseldorf Airport: Baggage Chaos! THIS is what you have to do when the suitcase is gone

Düsseldorf Airport: Baggage Chaos! THIS is what you have to do when the suitcase is gone

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Baggage madness am Dusseldorf Airport!

The summer holidays in NRW are coming to an end, but chaotic conditions still prevail Dusseldorf Airport. Anyone who now wants to go on summer vacation independently of the holidays needs nerves of steel, as they have for weeks.

But the absolute nightmare of many travelers becomes reality when their own suitcase suddenly disappears. But burying your head in the sand is useless. On the contrary: There are a few things that you should definitely pay attention to.

Düsseldorf Airport: Baggage chaos continues

Thousands of passengers from NRW alone had to make this bitter experience this summer. Due to a lack of staff, there are massive problems in baggage handling at many airports. Again and again, passengers have to go on vacation without luggage because it could not be brought on board in time. In Düsseldorf, many passengers have to wait a long time for their luggage, especially in the evening.

A Eurowings spokesman told RP Online that passengers whose luggage does not show up at the destination airport should keep all documents, especially the boarding pass and baggage tag, and create an official report. This can be done either during baggage tracing in the arrivals area of ​​the destination airport or online via the airline’s baggage self-service.


This is Dusseldorf Airport:

  • Opened April 19, 1927
  • With around 25 million passengers, “Düsseldorf Airport” (DUS) is one of the top 3 busiest airports in Germany (after Frankfurt am Main and Munich)
  • 77 airlines connect it to over 200 destinations in around 55 countries
  • most important airport in NRW, has the highest tower in Germany with a height of 87 meters


Düsseldorf Airport: Luggage will be auctioned off after six months

You would then receive a transaction number that you should definitely keep – and the search for the lost piece of luggage would begin. As soon as it was located, the traveler would be informed and could arrange the delivery process. Eurowings would contribute to necessary replacement purchases such as clothing or hygiene items if the luggage was not delivered on the same day after arrival at the destination.


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It is important, however, that the receipts must be submitted within three weeks of arrival. By the way: According to “RP Online”, a piece of luggage that is found is kept at an airport for a maximum of five days. If the owner cannot be identified, the luggage will be sent to the Eurowings central luggage warehouse. After another three to six months, the luggage will then be handed over to an auctioneer… (mg)

Source: Derwesten

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