Delta is sending an entire plane just to rescue 1,000 pieces of luggage stranded in London's Heathrow Airport

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Delta pilots flew a plane carrying 1,000 pieces of luggage and no passengers from London to Detroit on July 11. The airline said the move was an "operational decision" made to speed up the movement of delayed bags. Heathrow Airport CEO John Holland-Kayewrote an open letter Tuesdayannouncing a limit on the number of travelers.
Published 5 months ago · London, United Kingdom Photography nytimes.com

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