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Laptop ban on flights from six countries to be scrapped

laptop ban on flights from six countries to be scrapped
A controversial ban, introduced amid fears of terrorist developing bombs that could be hidden in computers and tablets, looks set to be lifted.
MailOnline

Laptop ban from six Middle Eastern countries set to be lifted


Telegraph.co.uk

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News video: The US Has Lifted Its Laptop Ban On Flights From The Middle East And North Africa

The US Has Lifted Its Laptop Ban On Flights From The Middle East And North Africa 00:48

The US ban on bringing laptops and tablets as carry-ons during flights from the Middle East and North Africa has been lifted. Experts, however, suspected the new security measure could be extended to..
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News video: 4 Things To Know From July 21, 2017

4 Things To Know From July 21, 2017 01:45

Here are your 4 things to know for today. (1:46) WCCO This Morning – July 21, 2017
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News video: US Lifts Laptop Ban on Flights From the Middle East

US Lifts Laptop Ban on Flights From the Middle East 00:37

The ban on laptops in the cabins of planes flying from the Middle East to the U.S. is over, as federal officials say that large airports in the region have taken other steps to increase security. Those..
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News video: Laptop ban lifted for flights to U.S., federal officials say

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The ban on laptops in the cabins of planes flying from the Middle East to the U.S. is over, as federal officials say that large airports in the region have taken other steps to increase security.
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News video: US Ends Controversial Laptop Ban for International Flights

US Ends Controversial Laptop Ban for International Flights 00:48

U.S. officials lifted the ban for Saudia Airlines this week. It was the last of the nine affected airlines to need the OK.
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Laptop ban: US lifts restrictions on Saudi Arabian flights

laptop ban: us lifts restrictions on saudi arabian flights
Saudi Arabian Airlines says US authorities have lifted restrictions on laptops in cabins at two airports.
BBC News

U.S. ends controversial laptop ban on Middle East carriers

DUBAI (Reuters) - The United States has ended a four month ban on passengers carrying laptops onboard U.S. bound flights from certain airports in the Middle East and North Africa, bringing to an end..
Reuters

Saudi national carrier says laptop ban on U.S. flights ended

KHOBAR (Reuters) - A ban on laptops and other large electronic devices from the cabins of direct flights to the United States from Saudi Arabia has been lifted, Saudi Arabian Airlines said on..
Reuters

Laptop ban lifted on US-bound flights for four airlines [Update]


TechRadar

U.S. confirms it has lifted laptop ban on EgyptAir flights

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said on Wednesday it has lifted a ban on state-owned EgyptAir passengers using laptops on U.S.-bound flights, leaving just two Middle..
Reuters

Laptop ban on direct flights between Morocco and U.S. to be lifted: airline

RABAT (Reuters) - A ban on carrying laptop computers and other large electronic devices in aircraft cabins on direct flights between Morocco and the United States will be lifted on Thursday, Morocco's..
Reuters


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