One saga ends. @AmericanAir @RAM_Maroc @Iberiairlines

Arriving at the Tangier airport, I asked of the Iberia agent about my luggage.  She called the service desk.

“Yes, sir.  Your luggage is here in lost and found.”

And thus I was united with my luggage, which had apparently arrived on our around May 23, three days later than I did.

Of course, no one from the airport called the hotel, even though they knew where I was staying.  And no one from the hotel seemed to be able to find the luggage either, or knew who to call at the airport.

[An update at 6 p.m. Madrid time on Tuesday: as of this moment, according to the screen captures on my computer, Iberia is still showing my luggage as lost with a WorldTracer on it.  No one at TNG scanned a bar code, or even asked me to sign anything.  No wonder this system is a mess.]

Reunited. At the end of the journey.

I have my luggage.  Now I I have fresh clothes, thanks be to god.  And all my toiletries.

Next: doing battle with the airlines for reimbursement, and doing battle with the private insurance company to gain restitution as well.

Here are the original posts, in chronological order:

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