PARIS and FRANKFURT–The IATA has warned that the U.S./UK electronics ban is affecting demand on routes from the Middle East to North America—and urged governments to consider alternative security measures, as April passenger traffic grew at its fastest pace in six years. IATA Director-General Alexandre de Juniac, who is presiding over his first IATA annual general meeting (AGM) in Cancun, Mexico, describes the U.S. and UK bans on electronic devices in aircraft cabins as ...

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