I'll summarize the answers the question received in the comment section.
There is no generic solution to view how long it took for checked-in luggage to be made available at the baggage reclaim area for past flights.
Some airports publish some statistics, e.g. statistics from Gatwick airport in September 2013 (mirror):
Some airlines have some baggage claim guarantee, e.g. https://www.alaskaair.com/content/travel-info/baggage/baggage-claim/20-minute-guarantee (mirror):
If your bags are not at baggage claim within 20 minutes of your plane’s arrival at the gate, we’ll offer you a $25 discount code for use on a future Alaska Airlines flight, or 2,500 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan™ bonus miles.
In the rare instance that we don't meet our 20 minute guarantee, just get ahold of us at the baggage office within 2 hours of your flight's arrival for your discount code or miles. You can simply speak with one of our customer service agents at the airport.
- Random data point (Gatwick, back from september 2013): gatwickairport.com/globalassets/publicationfiles/… Some airports will also show the current status of bag delivery (first bag, last bag). Not sure if that information is available in standardized feeds, I don't even think the arrival gate or baggage claim number are widely available via third-party tools, are they? jcaron May 4 at 8:05
- You are asking for the impossible. Nobody has all that data in one convenient place for you to query. Greg Hewgill May 4 at 3:40