Laptop Ban Lifted on US-bound Flights for Four Airlines
Wochit Headline News - Monday, 17 July 2017
The last airline to have restrictions on passengers bringing large electronic devices on board has had the ban lifted. Saudi Arabian Airlines passengers can now freely carry laptops and other devices larger than smartphones into the plane cabins. Airlines and airports have had to increase security measures in order to have the so-called laptop ban lifted, and a deadline of July 19 to meet additional new requirements is looming.
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