All personal electronic device (PED) restrictions for flights to the US have been lifted by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which said airlines and airports around the world are complying with new security requirements for all US-bound flights. US homeland security secretary John Kelly outlined new security standards June 28 for all US-bound flights, affecting 180 airlines and 280 airports globally. At the time, passengers flying to the US from 10 Middle East and North Africa ...

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