A statement from the US Transport Security Administration said that the ban was still in place for King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh.
1: Saudia / Jeddah In’t have implemented the required initial enhanced security measures.— TSA (@TSA) July 17, 2017
The ban, put in place in March, covered direct flights to the US by a number of carriers from Muslim-majority countries.
It required all devices bigger than a smartphone to be placed in the hold along with baggage.
2: Travelers from Jeddah are now allowed to bring devices in the cabin of US bound flights.— TSA (@TSA) July 17, 2017
The airports hit by the US ban were: Queen Alia International Airport (Jordan), Cairo International Airport (Egypt), Ataturk International Airport (Turkey), King Abdul-Aziz International Airport (Saudi Arabia), King Khalid International Airport (Saudi Arabia), Kuwait International Airport, Mohammed V Airport (Morocco), Hamad International Airport (Qatar), Dubai International Airport (United Arab Emirates) and Abu Dhabi International Airport (United Arab Emirates).