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Air Canada says it is "extremely disappointed" and is looking into the incident.
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Air Canada is investigating complaints from passengers on a recent flight, after a video was posted online showing a baggage handler tossing luggage from a flight of stairs. 

The flight had landed in Vancouver after taking off from Toronto. 

The video shows an employee throwing luggage into a bin about a dozen feet below him. 

"Well, good thing my computer's in there," you can hear one passenger say. 

Air Canada says it is "extremely disappointed" and is looking into the incident. 

"This clearly goes against our standard baggage handling procedures which dictates that gate-checked bags are to be hand carried down the ramp," a statement says. 

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  1. john posted on 04/19/2014 10:39 AM
    i dont know about you but i smell a lawsuit coming over this . if so i hope the people who file it win .
    1. Mark7 posted on 04/19/2014 11:42 AM
      @john Also that the two workers (yea right) get fired too.
    2. john posted on 04/19/2014 12:34 PM
      @Mark7 yea the unions will have a bitching contest over that if thay get fired . thay always do . a union member can shoot somone in front of a RCMP and thay still would stand up for them .
    3. Mark7 posted on 04/19/2014 12:41 PM
      @john Sadly too true what you stated. If we could see his face maybe someone could apply some "justice" to him and his colleague.
  2. Herry posted on 04/19/2014 02:46 PM
    And the POS ceo made, 'how many millions' in compensation and bonuses ??!!!!!
  3. don was right posted on 04/19/2014 11:18 PM
    AC will sue the video guy for having his electronic device tuirned on.Luggae aopes probbaly work for GTAA though, another bunch of thieves.
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Air Canada is investigating complaints from passengers on a recent flight, after a video was posted online showing a baggage handler tossing luggage from a flight of stairs. 

The flight had landed in Vancouver after taking off from Toronto. 

The video shows an employee throwing luggage into a bin about a dozen feet below him. 

"Well, good thing my computer's in there," you can hear one passenger say. 

Air Canada says it is "extremely disappointed" and is looking into the incident. 

"This clearly goes against our standard baggage handling procedures which dictates that gate-checked bags are to be hand carried down the ramp," a statement says. 

Leave a comment:

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  1. john posted on 04/19/2014 10:39 AM
    i dont know about you but i smell a lawsuit coming over this . if so i hope the people who file it win .
    1. Mark7 posted on 04/19/2014 11:42 AM
      @john Also that the two workers (yea right) get fired too.
    2. john posted on 04/19/2014 12:34 PM
      @Mark7 yea the unions will have a bitching contest over that if thay get fired . thay always do . a union member can shoot somone in front of a RCMP and thay still would stand up for them .
    3. Mark7 posted on 04/19/2014 12:41 PM
      @john Sadly too true what you stated. If we could see his face maybe someone could apply some "justice" to him and his colleague.
  2. Herry posted on 04/19/2014 02:46 PM
    And the POS ceo made, 'how many millions' in compensation and bonuses ??!!!!!
  3. don was right posted on 04/19/2014 11:18 PM
    AC will sue the video guy for having his electronic device tuirned on.Luggae aopes probbaly work for GTAA though, another bunch of thieves.
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