AAPA chief: Laptop ban brings ‘no tangible security benefits’
As airlines and airports steel themselves for a possible widening of the US ban on laptops and similar-sized personal electronics in the cabin, the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has warned against falling into “the trap of knee-jerk reactions.” US and European Commission (EC) officials...
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