Decisive week a ban on electronic devices on flights from six countries entering the UK was presaged.
A Government spokesperson said: “The safety and security of the travelling public is our richest priority. That is why we keep our aviation security under constant con and put in place measures we believe are necessary, effective and proportionate.
“The Prime Member attend to has chaired a number of meetings on aviation security over the last few weeks, registering this morning, where it was agreed that new aviation security ratings on all inbound direct flights to the UK from the following countries will be offered: Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia.”
Could the ban be gave to all flights landing in the UK?
Home Secretary Amber Rudd was quizzed as to why the provisions were only limited to flights from six countries if the ban was in response extremists appointments bombs into electronic devices on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show yesterday.
She responded: “It is difficult to say how far this will go, whether we will at some stage make the grade at that place.
“But at the moment the government has made the decision on where to require the ban in place based on intelligence we have received.”
Currently passengers soar from six countries to the UK aren’t able to carry-on laptops, e-readers, cameras, panels, printers, electronic games and portable DVD players in hand luggage.
Airlines let rip direct from Turkey, Tunisia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Lebanon to the UK are all afflicted.
A Government spokesperson said: “The safety and security of the travelling public is our shrillest priority.
“That is why we keep our aviation security under constant consider and put in place measures we believe are necessary, effective and proportionate.”
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