Contact the Chicago O’Hare Airport Lost and Found Without Difficulties
The Chicago O’Hare Airport is one of the busiest airports in the U.S., so it’s no wonder that people often lose valuable items there. Whether you left your wallet at the security checkpoint or lost your phone while boarding the flight, the only way to find the missing object is to contact the appropriate airport department.
Making countless phone calls or sending a bunch of emails is difficult and time-consuming. For this reason, we prepared a guide to contacting the Chicago O’Hare Airport Lost and Found without direct communication or hours spent in phone queues! Subscribe to DoNotPay, and we will show you how to track your lost luggage or any other object more easily.
If you realize that one of your valuable items is missing, the first step is to report the loss. Here’s what the entire reporting process looks like:
- Try to recall the exact place where you may have left the item in question. It will help you determine which airport department or office you should reach out to. If you don’t know the exact location where you lost the object, it’s best to get in touch with all available associated departments
- Use the appropriate communication channel to get in touch with the specific department
- Provide as many details about the object as possible, including its size, color, specific marks, and visible flaws
- Wait for the representative to check the collection of found items or disclose your contact details so that they can call/email you when they have more info
Here’s how to find the adequate department to which you will direct your report:
- If you know you have left the object in an aircraft, at a ticket counter, or a gate area, you must contact the specific airline
- If the item was lost at a TSA security checkpoint, you should reach out to the TSA Lost and Found office
- For tracing the objects lost at an airport parking lot or any other public area within the airport, you should get in touch with the Chicago Police Department
- The item lost in an airport restaurant must be reported to the Food Services
- The belongings you have left on the airport transit system should be reported to the O’Hare Airport Transit System office
The table below lists all communication channels you can use to report lost items depending on the specific situation:
|Particular airline||Find the contact details of all airlines operating in this area on the official website of the Chicago O’Hare airport|
|TSA Lost and Found office||
|Chicago Police Department||Phone number: (773) 686-2385|
|Food Services||Phone number: (773) 377-7804|
|O’Hare Airport Transit System||Phone number: (773) 601-1817|
Even with all available contact details, reaching the desired office at the airport may be difficult and involve a lot of waiting and transferred calls. If you want to find what you lost without getting in touch with the company directly, DoNotPay is the way to go!
Our app helps you avoid:
- Wasting your time on multiple calls or emails
- Submitting late reports and losing your items for good
- Explaining the same issue to each department you must contact
Here’s what you should do:
- Open DoNotPay and log in to your account
- Click on Find Lost Airport Items
- Disclose the most significant details about the incident and the missing object
Once we have all the info we need, DoNotPay will automatically contact the airport in your stead and assist you in pinpointing the location of the lost item more easily! You can demand a refund from any airline if your flight was delayed or canceled from the same platform!
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