Buenos Aires was the worst-ranked airport for lost and delayed luggage around Christmas, according to analysis by sostravel.com, an online and app-based service for travel technologies. Reports of lost or late-arriving luggage were up 101% annually for the period between November 26 2002 and January 6 2003, sostravel.com said, exceeding the air traffic increase of 67% on the same period spanning 2021-22. Of its network of 34 airports across 12 countries, Hariri in Beirut was the second-worst performer in late 2022, with Jose Marti in Havana deemed the most improved. North American and European airports were deemed mostly “safer” than
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