When you get to the baggage claim area at the airport, the last bag is the one that comes out last. It’s usually the last bag on the conveyor belt, but sometimes it’s the last bag in the stack.
Other related questions:
Q: What does first bag mean at baggage claim?
A: The first bag typically means the first bag that is placed on the conveyor belt at baggage claim.
Q: How long do bags stay at baggage claim?
A: Bags usually stay at baggage claim for around 30 minutes. However, this can vary depending on the airport and the airline.
Q: Can you check in a bag last minute?
A: Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to check in a bag last minute. However, it may be possible depending on the airline’s policies and procedures.
Q: What takes baggage claim so long?
A: There are a variety of factors that can contribute to how long it takes to claim baggage. The size and complexity of the airport, the number of incoming flights, and the efficiency of the baggage handling system all play a role. In some cases, weather or other unforeseen delays can also add to the time it takes to claim baggage.