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Passengers complain at new ban on flight carry-on electronic devices

Passengers complain at new ban on flight carry-on electronic devices

There has been a mixed response to a new ban imposed by the US and Britain on large carry-on electronic devices on planes. While some passengers said they were reassured, others said it made little sense. The US ban covers inbound flights on nine airlines operating out of 10 airports. Britain has named different airlines. “In…

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There has been a mixed response to a new ban imposed by the US and Britain on large carry-on electronic devices on planes. While some passengers said they were reassured, others said it made little sense. The US ban covers inbound flights on nine airlines operating out of 10 airports. Britain has named different airlines. “In…


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