This summer, DME passengers lost more than 11,000 personal items
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This summer, DME passengers lost more than 11,000 personal items

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09-21-2022
 

Moscow Domodedovo Airport summed up the work of unclaimed baggage rooms for the summer of 2022.

For three months, passengers inadvertently left more than 11,000 items at the airport. Most often, travelers forgot sunglasses, panama hats, beach umbrellas and belts.

The list of lost items also includes key rings, travel pillows and books. This summer, even Santa Claus's New Year's costume and an artificial Christmas tree were forgotten at the airport.

The record month for found items was August: more than 4,000 items got into the rooms of unclaimed DME luggage. So far, passengers have taken only a quarter of them.

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