Airlines and airports remain uncertain about whether the U.S. will extend its electronics ban to flights originating in some European airports. News broke earlier this week that several European airports were preparing to implement measures to accommodate a possible extension of the ban (Aviation Daily, May 10). The ban would bar passengers from carrying large electronics into the aircraft cabin, and would build on the U.S. ban on such items for flights originating in 10 airports in eight ...

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