Airberlin won’t compensate you for “time and inconvenience,” but will they pay for your missing clothes?

When Timothy Korst’s Airberlin flight arrives in Paris without his baggage, he files a claim for his lost bags. But Airberlin will not offer as much compensation as he wants — including reimbursement for “time and inconvenience.” Is Korst out of luck?

Another lost luggage case and another round of the silent treatment from Aer Lingus

Lisa Evans’ story is the next verse of the same old song from Aer Lingus. She was scheduled to fly from Dallas to Dublin by way of Philadelphia. Unfortunately, at the end of the trip, her luggage didn’t show up at the baggage carousel in the Dublin airport. She didn’t receive it for four days – and Aer Lingus is ignoring her claim for reimbursement.

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