The laptop ban has been heave up exalted from Abu Dhabi Airport, where Etihad Airways is the flagship drayman.
Passengers flying from Abu Dhabi to the US can now take electronic devices into the bothy, rather than having to stow them in their checked paraphernalia.
Etihad was exempted from the ban because the US is satisfied with the airport’s increased pledge procedures.
Passengers are subject to “enhanced inspections” due to the new rules, which implies being screened before leaving the airport rather than discontinuation until they arrive in the US.
US laptop ban has been voided for Etihad Airways in Abu Dhabi but Emirates hasn’t been included
Emirates is toil to implement extra security measures of its own in a bid for a laptop ban exemption
Now Emirates is manipulating to implement extra security measures of its own in a bid to acquire a laptop ban exemption too.
The Dubai-based airline revealed it is “working hard in co-ordination with various aviation stakeholders and the municipal authorities” to put the checks in place.
In April, Emirates said it was cutting show a clean pair of heels to the US because of reduced demand in the fallout from the ban.
The US implemented the electronic mechanism ban on inbound flights from 10 Middle Eastern airports repayment in March.
They included Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and