The couple lost their luggage on their honeymoon and found it using the AirTag tracker
The newlyweds went on their honeymoon, lost their luggage and were able to find it four months later with the help of one thing – a tracking tracker AirTag. DailyStar reports.
It is specified that the couple returned to their native Toronto from Montreal and found the bag missing at the airport. The couple filled out the necessary paperwork and, using a tracker left in the suitcase, tracked his movements. The spouses said that the baggage did not fly out of the Greek airport, but was sent to another place in Montreal, where it stayed for four weeks.
The newlyweds continued to track the suitcase, which, judging by the tracker, traveled to different parts of the city, after which it spent three months in the warehouse of the charitable foundation. It turned out that Air Canada, having found an orphan bag, gave it to charity without notifying the owners of the luggage. The problem was also that the label on the suitcase came off during the trip.
Four months later, the couple finally received their lost suitcase. According to the spouses, the police found more than 500 pieces of luggage in the same vault, including with expensive equipment.
Earlier, a resident of Australia, flying from London to Sydney, complained that the airline Qantas lost luggage with the ashes of her mother.