April 25, 2011
McALLEN – Airlines misplace millions of passengers’ bags each year, causing frustration for travelers who may arrive at their destination – but without a change of underwear.
But has an airline ever lost a man’s body?
“There’s a fairly unfortunate track record with carrying live animals, but I’ve never heard anything like that with human remains,” said Robert Mann, an airline industry analyst based in Port Washington, N.Y. “That’s a matter that airlines take very seriously, so that’s very unusual.”
Apparently not unheard of, however, according to a lawsuit filed recently in federal court.
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