All fliers complain about lost/delayed luggage, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t get checked. Aeroflot and UTair demand the end of obligatory checks so flights can leave on time and passengers are kept happy.
Two of Russia’s largest airlines have demanded an end to compulsory checks on baggage passing though Moscow’s airports.
In a letter to the Russian Air Transportation Association, UTair president Oleg Semyonov complained that the security checks contribute to unusually high rates of lost and delayed luggage at Moscow’s airports.
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