The US Administration has decided to impose new and stricter security measures for flights to the United States, without however generalising the ban on laptops on board aircraft.
Washington’s new measures include “tighter” controls on passengers en route to the United States, and “increased checks” on their electronic devices, Internal Security Minister John Kelly said in a speech in the U. S. capital on Wednesday, June 28.
Only if airlines do not implement these new measures will they be forced to ban laptops – and other electronic devices larger than a telephone – not only from the cabin of their aircraft but also from the bunkers.
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