PARIS and SAN FRANCISCO—European officials have invited their U.S. counterparts to Europe for talks on aviation security in a bid to make their voices heard, as European airports and airlines on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean brace for an expected extension of the ban on electronics in aircraft cabins. Since March, in response to the ongoing threat of terrorism, the U.S. has required passengers on flights originating in 10 airports to place laptops, tablets, e-readers and cameras in ...


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