The UK government has removed its remaining restrictions on the carriage of large personal electronic devices (PEDs) on flights from certain Middle Eastern countries. Devices such as large mobile phones, laptops and tablet computers were banned from the cabins of UK-bound airliners in March 2017 over fears that terrorists had perfected methods of miniaturizing and inserting explosive devices into PEDs. However, the UK’s Department for Transport (DfT) now says restrictions on flights ...

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