Friday, February 27, 2015

Nearly 10,000 luggage stranded Roissy airport because of … –

Nearly 10,000 luggage stranded Roissy airport because of … –

HOLIDAY in the middle of the school holidays …

Dummy luggage d & # XE9; spin on a treadmill, on 10 June 2003, the E2 terminal of a & # XE9; airport of Roissy-Charles de Gaulle, at the pr & # XE9; presentation of the new terminal.
Dummy luggage scroll on a treadmill, June 10, 2003, the E2 terminal of Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport, at the presentation of the new terminal. – Jack Guez AFP

20 Minutes with AFP

A computer crash at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport Friday morning between affected 8,000 and 10,000 luggage, which did not follow their owners in the plane, said Aéroports de Paris (ADP) on Friday in a statement.

The abandoned luggage, the puzzle Airports

“This morning between 5 am and 13 pm, a computer breakdown of our luggage sorter affected baggage handling at the start of terminals 2E and 2F at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and part of the connecting baggage passing through these terminals, “announced ADP Friday afternoon.

So” flights left without all the baggage passengers recorded on these flights are embedded in the hold, “adds the release.

A” technical solution that allowed a partial recovery baggage processing “has been up from 9 pm and 13 pm, “all equipment baggage handling these terminals were again fully function.”

It is now up airlines to deliver to the address provided by each passenger, baggage, which were stored. Air France, the most affected company with about 8,000 outstanding luggage, and has strengthened its teams to deal with the situation, told AFP that “in view of the magnitude of the failure and the number of baggage concerned the return to normal could take several days.”


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