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U.S. Reverses Laptop Ban On Flights From Abu Dhabi Airport

U.S. Reverses Laptop Ban On Flights From Abu Dhabi Airport

Department of Homeland Security spokesman David Lapan told the Associated Press that Abu Dhabi International Airport updated its security processes to improve its scanning abilities. Combined with the airport already having a U.S. Customs and Border Protection space, U.S. officials felt comfortable exempting the airport from its existing laptop carry-on ban.
“We commend Etihad for working swiftly to implement these additional measures,” Lapan told the Associated Press. “Their efforts are a model for both foreign and domestic airlines.”
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