Air Canada donated suitcase to a charity, After couple spent months tracking their lost luggage with an AirTag

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Air Canada donated suitcase to a charity, After couple spent months tracking their lost luggage with an AirTag

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After months of tracking their lost luggage with an AirTag and trying to retrieve their belongings, one couple was stunned to learn that Air Canada had allegedly donated their suitcase to a charity.

Nakita Rees, a dancer, choreographer, and athletic therapist from Ontario, took to TikTok to describe their ordeal after returning from their honeymoon in Greece.

After landing in Montreal, Rees said they had to recheck their bags for their flight to Toronto. After arriving at Toronto Pearson Airport, she said, “My bag made it back; my husband’s did not.”

They filled out a lost bag report and checked their AirTag tracker, which showed that the bag was still in Montreal, where it sat for four weeks. ... t-charity/

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Jan 27, 2006
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First time I used Air Canada last February when we went to LA for Super Bowl and never again.

A few months later, not sure if it's true but it's rated the worst airline in the world. 🤣🤣Loudly Crying Face🤬

Thank God I never have to deal with these MOFOS again.
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This is why i alwsys insist and ask ppl to use other airlines when flying out, specially longhaul

Years ago AC couldn’t even load my special
Meal despite confirming when booking, and over the phone again confirming etc…..meanwhile lufthansa and austrian had no issues doing it.
Yeah not flying AC longhaul if i can help it.
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zero_ wrote: But Air Canada was voted the best airline in North America for the past 4 years according to the following: ... 88974.html

Weak competition? Or losing customer luggages is insigificant?
As someone who regularly flew US airlines in the past, the answer is very weak competition.