Back in March, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security banned electronics on planes coming to the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern and African countries. Now, the ban is expected to be expanded to some European countries, based on reports from Reuters and The Daily Beast.
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That would mean electronics bigger than smartphones, like laptops, e-readers, and tablets, wouldn't be allowed on board and would have to be checked. Airlines like Emirates , Royal Jordanian , Qatar Airways , and others that fly between the U.S. and the eight countries initially included in the ban have been dealing with the new rules for almost two months. Read more... More about Europe , Airlines , Air Travel , Dhs , and Electronics Ban