Delayed baggage

We very much regret that you haven’t received your baggage on time. 50 million pieces of baggage worldwide are checked in daily and each item is given a baggage tag. From that moment on the airline is responsible for your baggage. We assure you, that we’ll take all the necessary measures to reunite you with your baggage as quickly as possible.

If your checked baggage is not available at the airport of arrival, please, report your loss to Lost & Found desk at your destination airport.

Baggage is traced by means of a worldwide baggage search system WorldTracer, which allows to locate each piece of baggage anywhere in the world. In order to check the status of your lost piece of baggage, please contact Aircompany Armenia representatives.

May you have any questions or additional information regarding your lost baggage, please call our baggage tracing department: +374(11)747777.



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