The millionaire developer creates a live ranking of the airlines with the most baggage losses. Here is the Indian carrier fare.


Multi-millionaire entrepreneur Pieter Levels recently created a website to track airlines' live status of how much baggage they lose on a regular basis. The ranking is based on actual lost luggage data available on the Internet, as well as online complaints from people about their lost luggage in more than 100 languages.

Pieter Levels rose to fame thanks to the NomadList service, which makes traveling to new places easy. The current ranking of airlines with the most baggage losses includes Air India, Aer Lingus, WestJet Airlines, and British Airways, holding the top positions.

Where is Indian Airlines on the list?

Tata Group-owned Air India topped the list, followed by Aer Lingus, WestJet Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, SpiceJet, etc.

List of airlines with the most baggage losses.

The data available on the website also takes into account differences in airline size in terms of flights and fleet size. All major airlines are tracked 24/7.

“This is a live ranking of airlines by how much baggage they're losing right now. So you can avoid flying with them (and hopefully they can improve),” wrote Peter Levels at X.

Sharing the motivation behind creating such a website, Levels wrote, “I did this because Vueling lost my gf's suitcase 2 weeks ago and still hasn't returned it. Realizing that if I had a site like this I would never book Vueling in the first place because it's the #8 worst in losing luggage right now!I hope you like it and that will help you avoid the same fate.”

Apart from Air India, which lost the most baggage on the list, Japan's All Nippon Airways emerged as the airline with the least passenger baggage loss. LATAM Brazil and Alaska Airlines ranked second and third, respectively.

Since airlines do not regularly publish their lost baggage data, this website relies on social media to gather its primary data. Therefore, airline statistics and ratings should be taken with a pinch of salt.

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