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Airlines and airports worldwide adapt to US electronic device ban in planes

Airlines and airports worldwide adapt to US electronic device ban in planes

Airports around the world affected by President Trump’s new ban on in-flight electronic devices are examining ways they can make life easier for travellers despite the new American rules. Some, like Ataturk airport in Istanbul, are going so far as to demand exemptions, and Ankara wants Turkish airlines taken off the blacklist. The Turks point to…

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Airports around the world affected by President Trump’s new ban on in-flight electronic devices are examining ways they can make life easier for travellers despite the new American rules. Some, like Ataturk airport in Istanbul, are going so far as to demand exemptions, and Ankara wants Turkish airlines taken off the blacklist. The Turks point to…


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