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Laptop Ban Still Coming for Europe Flights — And for Flights Departing U.S. Too

Not only isn’t a ban on electronics on flights from Europe to the U.S. dead, according to the Homeland Security Secretary it may be extended to flights departing the U.S. too. However implementation delays (until ‘the time is right’)...Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines add another MileagePlan partner from Europe

Alaska Airlines announced this week that it is adding another new MileagePlan partner from Europe. Find out where in the U.S. the new partner flies to and how you can earn Alaska miles on its flights.

The TSA Is Expected To Introduce New Screening Policies Later This Year

Over the past couple of months we've seen an electronics ban implemented for flights from select Middle Eastern airports to the US, and it's possible that this may eventually be expanded to flights from Europe (though it has been postponed...Show More Summary

Alitalia offering 20% off flights until Tuesday

Looking for some cheap summer travel around Italy, Europe, Northern Africa, and the Middle East? Alitalia’s got the answer for you. From now until Tuesday, Alitalia will give you 20% off your flights between those destinations, just by entering a promo code. Show More Summary

How a wider laptop ban could threaten your safety and data

A ban on laptops on U.S.-bound flights from Europe could impact both your safety and your data.

Review: American Airlines Economy Class, Chicago to London

I recently flew American Airlines Economy Class round trip between Chicago and London. On the outbound flight, I had the unique experience of a daytime flight on an eastbound trans-Atlantic flight. Most flights from the US to Europe are red-eyes, leaving in the afternoon or evening, and arriving the next day. Show More Summary

Tablet & laptop ban on flights between US & Europe reportedly now off the table

Potential plans to ban tablets and laptops from cabin baggage on flights between Europe and the USA have reportedly been shelved … more…

Business Travel Is Already Affected By Potential Expansion Of The Laptop Ban

There is plenty of uncertainty about the expansion of the electronics ban to flights from Europe to the United States. Business travelers are in an awkward situation when it comes to making travel decisions. The post Business Travel Is Already Affected By Potential Expansion Of The Laptop Ban appeared first on Pizza In Motion.

Laptop and tablet ban on flights from Europe won’t happen after all

The Trump administration won’t be expanding its ban on the use of laptops, tablets and other large electronic devices to flights entering the United States from European airports, after all. U.S. and EU officials reportedly decided against...Show More Summary

No, We Still Don’t Know Whether or Not There Will Be an Electronics Ban on Flights From Europe

Last night One Mile at a Time wrote, "the electronics ban apparently won’t be expanded to flights from European to the US after all. And maybe that's right. Continue reading No, We Still Don’t Know Whether or Not There Will Be an Electronics Ban on Flights From Europe...

US & EU decide against banning phones & tablets on flights from Europe

Officials from the U.S. and the European Union have reportedly decided against a ban on travelers carrying devices like Apple iPads and MacBooks in the cabin while on flights from Europe.

US might not be banning laptops on flights from European airports after all

It seems passengers flying from Europe to the US might not have to worry about leaving their laptops and tablets behind when crossing over the pond after all. Following initial reports that the Trump administration has been seeking to...Show More Summary

EU, US hold 'robust' talks on possible airline latop ban

Top US and EU officials traded intelligence Wednesday on what they called "serious evolving threats" to airline security as Washington mulls banning carry-on computers on flights from Europe. Both sides said they intended to hold more talks next week in Washington on a possible ban of such equipment. Show More Summary

YAY: The Electronics Ban For Flights From Europe To The US Has Apparently Been Called Off

For weeks we've been hearing rumors of an electronics ban being introduced on flights from Europe to the US. An announcement was initially expected last week, though late in the week we found out that apparently a meeting would be happening...Show More Summary

This is Why I Love Aeroflot

Aeroflot is one of the most underrated airlines in the world. From “real” business class seats on flights within Europe to warm service to a modern fleet, the carrier is nothing like its Soviet footprint. Oh, and the food is great too. We’ll take a look at a typical business class meal on a 2.5 hour […] The post This is Why I Love Aeroflot appeared first on Live and Let's Fly.

Talks on airplane laptop ban end with no ban, more talks

Talks on a proposed U.S. ban on laptops and tablets in flights from Europe ended Wednesday with no ban—and a promise of more talks and better intelligence sharing.

Trump will likely expand the laptop ban to Europe — and the effect could be massive (AAL, DAL, UAL)

The US Department of Homeland Security's laptop ban will likely expand to include incoming non-stop flights from Europe in the near future.  In fact, Trump administration officials are expected to meet with their European counterparts...Show More Summary

Electronics Ban Threat is Part of Highly Classified Information Revealed by Trump to Foreign Minister and Ambassador of Russia

As frequent travelers await what is rumored to be an imminent ban on most electronic devices in passenger cabins aboard airplanes operating on flights from undisclosed airports in Europe to the United States, amongst the informationShow More Summary

The Latest On The Inevitable Electronics Ban Expansion

For a few weeks now there have been rumors of a new electronics ban being introduced on flights from Europe to the US. This new restriction would apparently mirror the policy that has been in place for flights from the Middle East to...Show More Summary

Europe is freaking out about the US’s proposed laptop ban

Imagine that! The European Union isn’t happy with the prospect of having the US ban all laptops and tablets from carry-on luggage on flights heading to America. Recent reports indicated the US is looking to expand the laptop ban to Europe, and it sounds like the EU is taking it very seriously. Show More Summary

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