If your baggage does not come off the conveyor belt, please file a report with our Baggage Services Counter located at the Arrival Hall, prior to customs clearance. Our staff or handling agent will try our best to help.
If you have filed a report already, you can use the file reference (eg HKGKA12345) to trace your baggage online. Just click on the WORLDTRACER website.
If your baggage is damaged, please file a report with our Baggage Services Counter located at the Arrival Hall, prior to customs clearance. Our staff or handling agent will arrange repairing services and provide assistance to you.
Notice of Claim
In case of delay or damage to baggage in international transportation, a complaint must be made in writing to us. You can download, Baggage Claim Form here.
Upon completion, please return the form to us as soon as possible by mail to the address printed on the Property Irregularity Report, together with copies of your passenger tickets, baggage claim tags, excess baggage tickets and purchase receipts, etc.
If you have private insurance coverage for your baggage, a claim should also be lodged with your insurance company as soon as possible.
Notice of Baggage Liability Limitations
Liability for loss, delay or damage to baggage is limited unless a higher value is declared in advance and additional charges are paid. Excess valuation may be declared on certain types of articles.
For many international journeys (including domestic portions of international journeys), the Warsaw Convention may apply with liability limits of 17 Special Drawing Rights per kilo for checked baggage and 332 Special Drawing Rights per passenger for unchecked baggage. In cases where the Montreal Convention applies to your journey, the applicable liability limit is 1,131 Special Drawing Rights per passenger for checked and unchecked baggage. (The value of Special Drawing Rights can fluctuate - please click here to download current exchange rates.)
Except for checked or unchecked baggage carried in the course of international carriage as defined by the Warsaw or Montreal Convention, we are not liable, in any way whatever, for loss of, damage to or delay in the delivery of articles which you include in your baggage despite their inclusion being prohibited by our General Conditions of Carriage for Passengers and Baggage. Such items include, but are not limited to, fragile or perishable items, keys, artwork, cameras, money, jewellery, precious metals, silverware, medicines, drug, dangerous goods, commercial goods, odd-sized articles, negotiable papers, securities or other valuables, business documents, samples or passports and other identification documents.