Luggage Damaged by the Airlines?

So you know that airlines will PAY to have your luggage repaired if it is damaged in-flight? You just have to go to customer service - have the damage noted and go to the repair place they refer you to.

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(A tip from my well-traveled sister.)

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April 6, 20060 found this helpful

Wish I had known this last week. I didn't notice the damage to my luggage until I arrived home. I will check my luggage more carefully at the airport in the future. Thanks for the tip.

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