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(News Source: USA Today, March 21, 2017)

The U.S. government began notifying nine foreign airlines in the Middle East and Africa at 3 a.m. ET Tuesday that personal electronics larger than cellphones will be banned indefinitely in the cabins of about 50 direct flights daily to the U.S.

The secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, John Kelly, and the acting head of the Transportation Security Administration, Huban Gowadia, decided that greater security was needed based on intelligence about airlines that fly non-stop from 10 airports to the U.S., according to four senior administration officials who spoke to reporters on background to discuss security measures.[/vc_column_text][vc_message message_box_color=”blue”]

10 International Airports Should Follow Laptop Ban:

  1. Queen Alia in Jordan
  2. Cairo in Egypt
  3. Ataturk in Turkey
  4. King Abdulaziz in Saudi Arabia
  5. King Khalid in Saudi Arabia
  6. Kuwait
  7. Mohamed V in Morocco
  8. Doha in Qatar
  9. Dubai in United Arab Emirates
  10. Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates

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