Electronics Bans Could Shift Traffic From Gulf Carriers

Credit: Gerry Stegmeier
The ban on inflight use of large electronics announced this week by the U.S. and UK could have a chilling effect on the business travel over Middle East hubs, and could shift lucrative traffic to European carriers, analysts said. This ban is unlike the ban on liquids over 100 ml (3 oz.) adopted in...

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