Around 1,500 bags were stuck at the Paris Charles de Gaulle airport.
A technical malfunction at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport in France resulted in a pile-up of passenger bags amid the busy summer travel season.
According to an AP report, a baggage sorting system in the airport suffered a technical problem that forced 15 flights to depart without passenger luggage.
Around 1,500 bags were stuck at the airport due to the issue. Airlines later added the bags to several other flights to deliver them to the affected passengers.
A few weeks ago, London’s Heathrow Airport suffered a similar technical glitch.