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What does UB stand for?

UB stands for Unaccompanied Baggage

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According to Unisys, the system links passengers with their bags, tracking both as they move through the system, helping airlines comply with industry security requirements which decree unaccompanied baggage can't travel ahead of the passenger.
Under the amended rules, overseas Pakistanis would be able to utilise the duty credits entitled to them by their Foreign Exchange Remittance Cards for the unaccompanied baggage including the additional seven items, which were not allowed under the scheme previously.
Under a new circular issued by the government agency, items such as air conditioners, refrigerators with two or more doors and with capacities over 500 liters, dish washers, deep freezers, four burner cookers with ovens, fully automatic washing machines, CRT televisions exceeding 29 inches and LCD TVs exceeding 32 inches will not be available at the duty-free shops and these goods that come through unaccompanied baggage will be subject to customs duty.
Currently, unaccompanied baggage can be checked in at the Etihad customer service and ticket desk in the check-in area at Abu Dhabi airporteIUs Terminal 1, the statement said.
Several regulatory changes have already had significant impact on the international household goods transportation industry, including the TSA's "Known-shipper" Program, which resulted in the complete ban of unaccompanied baggage shipments from being carried on passenger aircraft.
The Navy Family Services Division of the Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) wants to remind Sailors about the Navy's policy to have unaccompanied baggage shipped by express services to new duty stations in three-to-seven days in the continental United States and in 10-to-14 days overseas.