A woman taking a connecting flight through Atlanta simply disappeared at the world’s busiest airport. Anna Giannini has been missing since Sunday May 31st when she flew into Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport but never reached her final destination, Atlanta police said.
Authorities put out a missing person alert Wednesday for the 32-year-old woman. She reportedly landed in Atlanta on a flight from Milan, Italy, at 5:10 p.m. and was expected to take a connecting flight to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Giannini’s sister told police she never showed.
“We are not sure if she got on another flight or how she left the airport,” Atlanta police spokesman Ralph Woolfolk said.
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport had more than 96 million passengers pass through its terminals in 2014, making it the world’s busiest airport, spokesperson Reese McCranie told the Daily News.
Police describe Giannini as 5-foot-5, 145 pounds with brown eyes and hair.
Atlanta’s bustling airport made news last week when passengers were panicked by an alarming sight.
A Georgia man walked into Hartsfield–Jackson Airport with his wife, daughter and, around his neck, a fully loaded AR-15 rifle, which was legal under state law.
Source: Atlanta Journal