IATA Demands Alternatives To U.S. Electronics Ban Extension

Credit: Reuters
BERLIN and PARIS—The IATA is demanding alternatives to the expansion of the ban on the carriage of large electronics in the cabins of passenger aircraft, as U.S. and European officials met in Brussels and agreed to a further meeting in Washington to discuss aviation security, without setting out new...

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