If you have lost or left your luggage behind at the airport, then you … weeks to find and return your luggage from the date of your travel.
You may have had some experience too. You may have forgotten all your luggage at the airports or the gifts you brought to your loved ones.But have you thought about how to get it all back?
In the last four years alone, India’s airports have been found to be worth over one billion rupees. This number has been rising over the past two years.
This includes laptops, mobile phones, cameras, iPads, wallets, expensive jewelry and textiles. This may be all that the passenger forgot or the flight crew forgot to load or moved.
It is a matter of concern that the owners approached the authorities and demanded a refund .
According to the Central Industrial Security Force (SEC), a central security force doing security work at airports.
According to CISF sources, many passengers are of the opinion that once luggage is lost, it is lost forever.
The CISF has handed over the goods to the airport authorities. They will be stored for up to a year from the date they are found. After that it will be auctioned or sold.
How to return lost luggage for forgotten or for other technical reasons. How to complain?
There is a definite answer to all this. You should contact the airport authorities for this. However, the CISF will keep track of all the passenger luggage and other items received from the airports every day on their official website.The “lost-and-found” option on the CISF website should be used to recover lost items.
First log into the CISF official website. Then click on the option Lost & Found at Airports and Delhi Metro.Then you enter the Pages Lost and Found Items sample page. There are two options, That’s Airport and DMRC.
Click on the Airport link button and it will appear in the Time Airport – Lost and Found Items link. Click on ‘Airport’ option and it will list all the airports in the country which have CISF as their security responsibility.From there you can select your air port and buy your goods back.