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Statistics have proven that a very small percentage of luggage is damaged during air travel. However, if your bag is damaged, it is an inconvenience. You can help reduce the risk of damaged luggage. Here are some tips for you!
Purchase luggage to meet your most demanding travel needs. People who travel extensively for business have different luggage needs than those who enjoy occasional leisure travel. LuggagePros.com can help you make the best purchase if we know what your needs and expectations are. Read the luggage warranty carefully. Know what types of damage the manufacturer does and does not cover.
Report any damage immediately to the baggage service center of the airline on which you traveled. Damage claims should be filed before leaving the airport. By not following this procedure, you risk that the damage will not be covered under warranty or airline policy.
Write: Aviation Consumer Protection Division
U.S. Department of Transportation C-75
400 7th St. SW, Room 4107
Washington, D.C. 20590
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