U.S. temporarily bans electronic devices on some Middle Eastern and African flights

Monday, 20 March 2017
Several Middle Eastern and African airlines say they are temporarily banning laptops and other electronic devices on U.S. flights to comply with requests from U.S. officials.

Royal Jordanian Airlines told its passengers via Twitter that it is banning electronic devices — laptops, tablets, cameras...

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