Back in early September, I flew out of Gatwick airport and whilst waiting to board, I left my tablet on the seat at the boarding gate.
I realised during the flight, what I had done, but obviously too late to do anything about it. When I landed, I contacted the lost property dept at Gatwick to explain and give them details of the tablet and where I had left it. I just got an automatic reply only confirming they received my e-mail.
Also, when I landed back at Gatwick, I went to the lost property office to check. Because of Covid there was no one manning the office. I had no further contact from them. I did send a follow up e-mail to double check if anything had been handed in. No response. My own fault, it was a fairly inexpensive tablet and I had to accept I had lost it. I was surprised how much I missed it.
Then just before Christmas over three months after losing it. I had an e-mail stating that Gatwick Lost Property office, did have my tablet.
I have had to pay for its return and delivery but, I am pleased to say I have just opened the package containing my returned tablet safe and sound. Brilliant.
- Share this:
- More news:
SYNCHRO ERP - Planned Maintenance Module
Shane Allen & His Buddy Wyatt Earp, a Min-Pin
I am coming to you today from the melt deck as I adjust the metallurgical specifications using the new LCM module, Least Cost Mix...