TSA says the owner had no idea that her little dog had crawled in and curled up while she was packing for L.A.
While fewer bags are being lost by the airlines these days, people are still stealing them! Which is why Air France and KLM have spent the last year developing two gadgets that help prevent luggage from being lifted.
Authorities Thursday announced the arrests of six people in connection with a sophisticated theft ring at Los Angeles International Airport.
Officials said a months-long investigation revealed widespread thefts of property and luggage.
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A Hawthorne man was arrested after authorities received a tip he was allegedly stealing luggage at Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles Airport Police said Friday.
A current and a former Delta Airlines baggage handler were arrested this week, suspected of looting thousands of dollars in items from luggage at Los Angeles International Airport.
Security screeners at LAX will apparently have zero tolerance for holiday cheer this Christmas.
A tip from a pawn shop in Irvine led police to suspect Paul Yashou and the stolen items.
The nation’s biggest airlines want to put off having to be more transparent with customers about baggage and “bumping” policies for at least another couple of months.
Police say 31-year-old Transportation Security Administration officer Ryan Driscoll was arrested May 10 at Terminal 6 for investigation of felony grand theft.
You’ve already paid $15, $20, even $35 to check your bag on a flight. Then the airline loses it. You don’t even get your money back.
Customs officials say they still have no clue what two men were planning to do with over 50 live turtles and tortoises when they were caught last week at LAX.