Passengers travelling with Aer Lingus will be required to pay a fee of up to €60 in order to retrieve lost items.
Customers of the airline will be charged €20 to retrieve lost property such as keys, wallets, purses, watches and passports, while larger items such as handbags will cost €30.
Tablets will cost €40 to be returned, and laptops will be returned for a cost of €60.
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— wereturnit.com (@wereturnit) February 15, 2018
WeReturnIt, a Dublin-based company who runs the service, also work with Norwegian and Europcar.
Their service works by receiving lost property from their partnering companies, and storing it for 31 days before the item is sold or dumped, according to Fora.