Six in every 1,000 passengers had their luggage lost by airlines last year

AIRLINE passengers have less than a one per cent chance of having their luggage lost in-transit, a new study has shown.

The report on the baggage management of the world"™s airlines found that just six out of every 1,000 bags handled were lost in 2016 as a direct result of mishandling.

Air transport communications specialists SITA said last year"™s lost luggage rate was the best ever recorded, down 12.25 per cent from 2015.

While it may have seen a significant decline, mishandled bags still cost the air travel industry a whopping £1.63 billion last year alone…

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