London Air Travel’s Last Monday Briefing For 2022

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British Airways Boeing 747 departs Heathrow airport at sunset with runway signage in the foreground.
BA Boeing 747 Departs Heathrow At Sunset (Image Credit: Heathrow)

It’s a short bulletin this week to say this weekly feature has come to an end for this year.

The site will remain open and new stories will be published, but at a reduced rate. Activity on social media will also be cut back.

This is simply an issue of time due to other projects and commitments over the next few months.

Thank you for reading every week. If you are feeling particularly nostalgic, there are Monday Briefing archives from 2019, 2020, 2021 and this year.

Copyright London Air Travel 2022.

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  1. Please let me know what the plan is on returning luggage stuck at the Hamburg airport. Mine has been missing since June, 24 2022. Another customer took a picture of my bag, tags intact, and sent it to me so that I would know where my baggage was located: “Hamburg airport, TANGO, in the white hall”, he said. This was on August 23rd. I visited the belts, closets and TANGO several times on my vacation to Hamberg. I have a feeling my baggage was initially held up at London, Heathrow. It was probably delivered to Hamburg following my departure.

    I have looked into flying back to Hamburg, too expensive. I have contacted Global, the company that services BA in Hamburg, no response. American Airlines, also a BA partner, was sympathetic to my plight but unable to help at this time since I already filed for lost luggage through the BA system.

    I would very much like to get my luggage back. I have tried every other avenue except sending a certified letter to British Airways CEO, Sean Doyle…. which I plan to do tomorrow.

    Someone PLEASE HELP!

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