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32 reports of luggage mishandling per 1000 passengers.
Often, during the course of reviews into mishandling of classified information, security clearances of individuals responsible for a potential breach are suspended.
Taking into account the increase in passenger numbers in 2015, this means the mishandling rate has dropped to 6.
Mr Price said on October 7 that other carers had been responsible for mishandling Mrs Teale by lifting her on to a wheelchair and back on to her bed manually without using a hoist or sling and had been either disciplined, warned or - in one case - dismissed.
She said that PTI would fight against this injustice and will protest against this mishandling till the government release and compensate the people who have been affected by these incidents.
The foreign ministry and the presidential office have been under mounting criticism as being engaged in a blame game over the mishandling of the planned deal with Japan.
Last year SITA's WorldTracer database showed a mishandling rate of 14.
the blast took place because of mishandling of material.
The mishandling of money intended to revive the region's economy and create thousands of jobs relates to simple errors which are believed to include accounting basics such as keeping receipts.
13 at age 92, is scheduled to be interred today at Grand View -- the first since the troubled cemetery at 1341 Glenwood Road suspended operations in November 2005 over allegations of fiscal mismanagement, mishandling of human remains and resale of graves.
In 2005, the single largest cause of baggage delay was in transfer mishandling, at 61%.
When investigators could not turn up enough evidence, Yee was charged with mishandling classified information, a less serious crime.