When publicly telling of events, things have to be reported correctly.
United Air Lines seemed to have lost a suitcase on a flight from Ontario, California, to Rapid City, South Dakota, with a stop over in Denver, Colorado.
Today, the suitcase was delivered by United Air Lines at Santek Trailers in Riverside, California.
The good news is that the suitcase has been found.
More good news is that United Air Lines delivered the suitcase.
Bravo United Air Lines.
Other news is that the suitcase was so badly damaged, it finished its life in the garbage container of Santek Trailers.
The suitcase was broken in many places, due to very rough handling.
Opening the suitcase, a letter was found!
From the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
“To protect you and your fellow passengers, the Transportation Security Administration is required by law to inspect all checked baggage.
As part of this process, some bags are opened and physically inspected.
Your bag was among those selected for physical inspection.”
It might very well be that it was not United Air Lines who lost the suitcase as was previously reported.
It might be that the suitcase has been in the care of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security while the traveller was not having his toothbrush and clean clothes.
Now it becomes necessary to buy a new suitcase.
For a long time a "Rimowa" suitcase was intended to be purchased.
Made in Germany, great design, made of aluminium with a 5 year guarantee, but costing about $ 1,000
However, a "Rimowa" suitcase is the best one can get.