Vietnam: Vietnam inspects major airports after baggage theft complaints
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam on Wednesday launched security inspections at big airports, aiming to find out how and when baggage theft could happen despite increased surveillance. Da Nang, Noi Bai, and Tan Son Nhat airports will be monitored for three days, said the agency, also known as CAAV. The move came after several passengers at Hanoi's Noi Bai complained last month that their consigned suitcases were broken, and that their brand-name clothes and cosmetics stolen. Phuong Hong Minh, vice director of Hanoi Ground Services Company, said theft most likely took place when baggage was being categorized or being loaded onto aircraft. More information available here:http://www.thanhniennews.com/society/vietnam-inspects-major-airports-after-baggage-theft-complaints-46544.html
Source: Thanh Nien News
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