unclaimed baggage

unclaimed baggage

Baggage which arrives at an airport and is not picked up or claimed by a passenger (ICAO).
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The Quezon City Police District said employees of the Florida Bus company, located along Edsa in Barangay West Kamias, were sorting out unclaimed baggage for disposal recently, when they opened an allegedly suspicious-looking cardboard box.
The system is based on the analysis of data of unclaimed baggage and the information specified in the statements of passengers at the member-airports worldwide.
In case people find any unclaimed baggage, spot a shady character or activity, they must immediately inform police emergency and Rescue 15.
The Hong Kong- made high- tech cameras, bought for over ` 1.6 crore, were claimed to have an ' analytical capability' to not only give security officers a complete view of the railway station but also send signals about suspicious movements or unclaimed baggage.
He further that particular care was being taken at stations to keep a check on any unclaimed baggage or suspicious persons.
Prior to The Salvation Army relationship, Southwest "salvaged" the unclaimed baggage and lost items to a warehouse facility.
and the chapbook, Unclaimed Baggage (littlefishcart Press, 2005).
"If you want to find your items, you could always try the Unclaimed Baggage Centre in Scottsboro, Alabama, USA.
In New Delhi, police used loudspeakers and distributed leaflets in crowded market places, warning people to watch out for unclaimed baggage and suspicious objects.
Unclaimed baggage: Dealing with the past on your way to a stronger marriage.
A lot of lost luggage and its contents can be found for sale at bargain-basement prices at Unclaimed Baggage Center in Scottsboro, Ala.
Droves of consumers, from as far away as Russia and Australia, are flocking to a little-known treasure chest, called Unclaimed Baggage Center.