The United States and the United Kingdom, citing terrorism concerns, on Tuesday barred passengers on some international flights from mostly Muslim-majority countries, from carrying large electronic devices like cameras and laptops as cabin baggage. Passengers travelling to the US from 10 airports in eight Muslim-majority countries, including from global hubs like Dubai and Istanbul, cannot carry large electronic devices like cameras and laptops as cabin baggage under a new Trump administration ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago
US, UK ban on electronics in cabin not to affect Air India services - catchnews.com, 1 day ago
U.S., UK ban on electronics in cabin not to affect Air India services - Sify, 1 day ago
Passengers traveling to the US from 10 airports in eight Muslim-majority countries, including from global hubs like Dubai, cannot carry large electronic devices like cameras and laptops as cabin baggage under a new Trump administration order today, citing ...Business Standard, 2 days ago Britain follows US in banning electronics an flights from Muslim-majority countries Mathrubhumi, 1 day ago
Travels to Gulf accounted for 40% of India's international air traffic in 2016. Unfazed by the slowdown in West Asia, Indian carriers are expanding their network in the region. IndiGo is launching flights to Sharjah later this month and plans to launch a service to Doha its seventh international destination in April. GoAir is likely to begin its international operations with flights from Kochi to Doha and Dammam in the second half of the year. Around 22 million passengers travelled between ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Washington: Passengers travelling to the US from eight countries in the Middle East and North Africa will be prohibited from carrying electronic devices in the cabin, according to new security restrictions by US President Donald Trump's administration.Sify, 2 days ago US bans laptops, iPads on direct US-bound flights from 8 countries Deccan Herald, 2 days ago
The world's longest commercial flight landed in New Zealand on Monday with the arrival of Qatar Airways's 14,535 kilometres Doha-Auckland service, the airline announced. "We've officially landed in Auckland," the airline tweeted as flight QR920 landed at ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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