Monday Nov 29:

Please note the following change to requirements for all arriving passengers effective from 4am Tuesday 30th November 2021: Even if you are fully vaccinated you must self-isolate and take a PCR test before the end of day 2 after you arrive (lateral flow tests will not be accepted). You can leave self-isolation if your PCR test result is negative. For further information Click here. To book your PCR test Click here.

Lost property

How do I find my lost property?

If you've lost property on a recent journey to the airport or with one of our airlines, we'll be happy to try and help reunite you.

We have partnered with Zero Burden Service and MissingX to ensure that you can search for, claim, or register your lost item.

Lost at the airport

London City Airport works with MissingX to register all property found and display it online for you to claim.

Please begin your search at

Here, you will be able to see items we have found and you will be able to claim them from the list. If your item is not listed then we have yet to find it or it has not been found. In this case, please register your loss with MissingX and once found, we will contact you direct to let you know.

By searching first or registering a report online at MissingX, you are far more likely to be reunited with your property, if it is found.

We send all property to Zero Burden Service after 5 days. If you believe you lost item longer than 5 days ago, please click this link and again, search, claim or register your lost property as above.

Lost on one of our airlines

Please select the airline partner you travelled with and follow the links accordingly:

Air Antwerp


British Airways

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines


LOT Polish Airlines




Swiss International Airlines

LOT Polish Airlines

If you're unsure where you lost your property, or which airline it was on, then you should still file a lost property report at and we will do our best to reunite you with your lost item.