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Confusion surrounds US electronics ban for Middle East flights

Confusion surrounds US electronics ban for Middle East flights

Washington (dpa) – A new US security measure banning large electronic devices from airliner cabins on direct flights to the United States from 10 Middle Eastern hubs left travellers in confusion Tuesday. It was unclear when the new measures at the 10 airports in eight countries would take effect, with airlines stating different starting dates. In…

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Washington (dpa) – A new US security measure banning large electronic devices from airliner cabins on direct flights to the United States from 10 Middle Eastern hubs left travellers in confusion Tuesday. It was unclear when the new measures at the 10 airports in eight countries would take effect, with airlines stating different starting dates. In…


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