Trying the gods of air travel

Seems I was trying the gods of air travel when I wrote: For example, it might seem surprising that an airline like Luxair (which does pretty much exclusively point-to-point traffic between Luxembourg and the rest of Europe, plus some holiday desti…

Seems I was trying the gods of air travel when I wrote: For example, it might seem surprising that an airline like Luxair (which does pretty much exclusively point-to-point traffic between Luxembourg and the rest of Europe, plus some holiday destinations, and should therefore have very little lost or delayed luggage) ends up on place 19 (losing 17.7 pieces of luggage) for the second quarter, and so on.While I was on a direct flight with them this morning, my luggage was not — or at least not on the same one. And that after early check-in, in Vienna…Later: Seems like I shouldn’t blame on Vienna what can be explained by sloppiness here. The suitcase “appeared” two or three hours later at the airport, and was then delivered. The tag on it suggests that it didn’t see any planes except for the flight from Vienna to Luxembourg that I was on, too.