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Computers Could Be Banned In Cabin On Flights From Europe To US

Computers Could Be Banned In Cabin On Flights From Europe To US

The Trump administration is expected to expand its ban on laptops on commercial flights to include those originating from some European countries, Reuters reported.
The expansion of the ban may impact U.S. airlines including United, Delta and American though the plan will not move forward until a review is completed to ensure lithium batteries stored in luggage holds will not be at risk of exploding in flight.
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