MYGOFLIGHT Tracker™ Program Protection
Thousands of people lose their valuable gear every year. That's why MYGOFLIGHT created this exclusive MYGOFLIGHT Tracker, a global product recovery program for your flight bag, luggage, or other gear.
This tracker contains a unique identifier code that will link you to your property. Our system is also linked directly into the Airline's own baggage tracking system, the largest lost and found system in the world.
Go to www.MYGOFLIGHT.com/Tracker to register your bag with a lifetime of protection.
In order to place an identity with your flight bag, IT MUST BE REGISTERED.
We cannot locate a missing bag. When a lost or stolen is found, the person who found it can go to the website on the ID tag and contact with you will be made.
NOTE: We cannot find a lost item unless it has been registered and then reported by the person who found it.
How It Works:
1) Purchase Tracker
Use this page to purchase a UID (Unique Identification) tag and apply to your item.
2) Register Tracker
Visit MYGOFLIGHT.com/track to register the UID and item description.
3) Travel Safely
Travel with a reassurance that if your item is misplaced you will be reunited with it.
4) Get Notified
Once someone finds your item they can visit MYGOFLIGHT.com/track to enter UID information. You will be notified once someone does so.
5) Pick Up Your Item
Once you are notified where your item is located you can then make plans to pick up your item.
Find your bag even if your airline cannot
Posted by R. Allan on 12th Apr 2017
On a recent trip to St. Barth’s to join the race committee boat for the St. Barth’s Bucket Regatta, my one checked bag never made the flight from Miami to Saint Maarten. American apparently “forgot” to add a destination tag to the bag. Unfortunately, it contained a) all my clothes and b) my medications. Since I was sailing the next day from Saint Maarten to St. Barth’s, finding the bag became a bit of an adventure story. Of course, without a carrier tag, the only identifying bit of information with which to find it was…you guessed it, my recently-acquired MGF Tracker tag.
> Suffice to say, it took 4 days, multiple flights, a car ride, and a trip by yacht launch for the missing bag to finally reach me, halfway through my 10 day trip, but intact and with all contents. How did the airline know which was mine? The only way possible: I had been able to report to them the ID number from the MGF Tracker since I had registered the bag (with photo) online, and they were able to match it. The only thing that didn’t survive the journey was the little MyGoFlight enamel logo, which is now somewhere in the vast American Airlines luggage system ;)