Airlines are having some fun responding to the U.S. government’s ban on most electronic devices in the cabin aboard U.S.-bound flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa. Carriers such as Royal Jordanian began implementing the ban Friday after the federal government announced a new directive this week notifying the airports that…
Commentary: Royal Jordanian Airlines takes to Twitter to offer an amusing list of things to do if you don't have your laptop or tablet.
What to do on a flight with no laptops? One of the affected airlines has, um, a few ideas. Via the Department of Homeland Security, the Trump White House just banned electronic devices bigger than a phone on specific flights originating...Show More Summary
No laptops, says U.S. government? No problem, says Royal Jordanian.
Emirates has arranged to let customers use electronics up until boarding. Royal Jordanian has become an airline of poets. Sadly their latest doesn't begin, "there once was a DHS Secretary from Nantucket.." Continue reading Latest Updates on the Inflight Electronics Ban...
Starting this week, anyone flying on Royal Jordanian’s routes to the United States from cities like Amman won’t be allowed to bring any electronic device bigger than a smartphone into the cabin. And Royal Jordanian is expressing its displeasure with some next-level subtweets. Read more...
Jordan's national airline has taken up rhyming to cheer up customers following the new U.S. aviation restrictions — and entice them to book flights before more rules are imposed. Royal … Click to Continue »
The United States is giving nine airlines until Saturday morning to make sure that passengers on flights from 10 overseas airports aren't carrying any electronic devices larger than smartphones with them. Royal Jordanian EgyptAir Turkish...Show More Summary
The ban, announced by Royal Jordanian Airlines, applies to any electronic devices other than cell phones and medical devices. DHS is not commenting.
Several Middle Eastern and African airlines say they are temporarily banning laptops and other electronic devices on U.S. flights to comply with requests from U.S. officials. Royal Jordanian Airlines told its passengers via Twitter that it is banning electronic devices — laptops, tablets, cameras...
The ban, made public in a tweet from Royal Jordanian Airlines, includes laptops, tablets and other portable electronic devices.
Royal Jordanian airlines says the U.S. government is barring passengers on some of its flights from bringing laptops, iPads, cameras in carry-on luggage. Continue reading ? The post AP report: Some electronics to be banned on some US-bound flights appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The U.S. government is barring passengers on Royal Jordanian Airlines flights from bringing laptops, iPads, cameras and other electronics in carry-on luggage on certain U.S.-bound flights starting Tuesday, the airline … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (AP) — Royal Jordanian Airlines is advising passengers that laptops, iPads, cameras and other electronics won't be allowed in carry-on luggage for U.S.-bound flights starting Tuesday. The airline says in a tweet that cellphones and medical devices are excluded from the ban. Show More Summary
In a notice that appears to be prompted by federal U.S. officials, Royal Jordanian Airlines issued a new ban on electronic devices on planes Monday. A tweet from the airline's official account listed new rules for all passengers flying in and out of the U.S. Show More Summary
All personal electronics, apart from cellphones, have been banned on flights to the US from 13 countries. Royal Jordanian Airlines, the national airline of Jordan, confirmed the news in an advisory posting on Twitter today. TSA confirmed Royal Jordanian's initial statement, but referred any further comment to the Department of Homeland Security. Show More Summary
Royal Jordanian Won’t Allow Electronics in Cabins Beginning March 21st Jordan-based airline Royal Jordanian announced today via Twitter that beginning tomorrow, all electronic devices are banned from passenger cabins on flights to and from North America. Show More Summary
Electronic devices strictly prohibited to and from the United States — with the exception of mobile telephones and essential medical devices — will be effective as of tomorrow, Tuesday, March 21, 2017, according to the official Twitter...Show More Summary
Marketing only stays relevant by recognizing the macro-trends that impact customers. Airline marketing is no different. Airlines know that travel has been on the minds of everyone, especially with all the restrictions and rhetoric since Donald Trump’s election as the US president. Show More Summary
From Aeromexico to Air Canada, we've seen quite a few airlines get political lately in light of the U.S. election. Last November, Royal Jordanian tried to capitalize on the U.S. election with an ad saying "Just in case he wins… Travel...Show More Summary