The US ban on passengers carrying electronic devices larger than a smartphone into the interior of an airplane has been lifted for all but one airport.
The US has again floated the idea of banning passengers from carrying anything larger than a smartphone into the cabin of an airplane.
Officials from the US and the European Union have decided to put off a ban on carrying any digital device bigger than a smartphone into the cabin of an airplane.
The US is reportedly looking at extending a ban on allowing laptops into the cabins of airlines to European countries and the UK.
How is it safer to store a device that can be used for malicious purposes in the hold of a plane, rather than within the cabin? Only a fool would accept that there is any sense in such an argument.
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