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The Iberia Fiasco and why you cannot trust large companies

This is an old one now but as I’ve just had an email from the CAA, long after I resolved the problem I thought I’d do one last update. This is about misplaced luggage, unbelievably atrocious customer handling and a longstanding conversation between myself and Iberia Airlines. At the time of writing it is July 2016 and In August last year I flew from Alicante through Madrid – to Boston USA.

Sadly my bag containing all my clothes, computer etc. never made it past Madrid. When I reached the USA I went to lot luggage and they gave me a form with a number on it to follow up. Sadly someone screwed up and my form ended up belonging to someone else. The story involves Iberia social media and the CAA who turned out to be ineffective and indeed were used as an excuse to slow things down – so a long story, hence the short-hide below. Pictures removed to protect the innocent.


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