Spain’s lost luggage

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This summer’s travel chaos was notorious for canceled and delayed flights and, even worse, lost luggage. In Spain, airlines and airports are trying to make the most of such a decidedly frustrating phenomenon. They’ve opened a chain of nonprofit stores called Envera where shoppers can buy what other travelers have lost: the contents of their unclaimed suitcases — and the suitcases themselves. Gerry Hadden reports.

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