KhrishnaDingzon couldn’t help but cry when she realized that her luggage containing ‘pasalubong’ for her family were all gone.
An OFW from Dallas, Texas lost a whole luggage full of things for her children and relatives. When she reached in NAIA Terminal 1 on April 26, Dingzon only got one checked in baggage. The other baggage containing things that she worked for so long was gone.
She filed a complaint against Air China, the airline she rode. According to the letter sent by the airline company, they sorry about the incident.
“We’re sorry to hear that your baggage did not arrive at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) on the same flight,” says the letter from Air China.
They were already making a move to find the lost baggage.
Dingzon is also asking for help from NAIA.
“Sa NAIA terminal po, sanapomatulonganninyoakosabagahekopokasinung Thursday pa yun,” says Dingzon.
Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) replied by saying that the airline company should be held responsible for the missing baggage of Khrishna.
“Yan po ay iti-trace ng airline, normally pomga seven days tracing up to 21 days,” says Ed Monreal of MIAA.
MIAA also promised that they will help Dingzon is Air China will not act on the issue.
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Posted by GMA News on Wednesday, May 2, 2018