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After 3 months of US ban on flight electronics, 2 countries lifted

After 3 months of US ban on flight electronics, 2 countries lifted

On Tuesday, Turkey became the second nation on a list of eight Muslim-majority countries, where a ban on electronic devices in aircraft cabins heading to the United States has been lifted.
In late March, the new US administration imposed a ban on large electronic devices from airliner cabins on direct flights out of Middle Eastern airports in eight countries.
The 10 affected airports are in Abu Dhabi, Amman, Cairo, Casablanca, Doha, Dubai, Istanbul, Jeddah, Kuwait City and Riyadh. US authorities cited security concerns for the ban.
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