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US lifts laptop ban on second, third airline

by Hannah Edensor

The US has deemed two more airlines worthy of taking laptops on board. Although that’s not to say they did so while sitting on a throne.

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Australia “looking closely” at laptop ban

by Hannah Edensor

The US laptop ban has rattled the world’s travellers and could now land much closer to home. Although we don’t mean it’ll apply to our actual homes.

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US could add more countries to electronics ban

by Hannah Edensor

If Trump has his way, we’ll all be shipping our luggage to our destination two months ahead of flying and boarding planes with nothing but a toothbrush.

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Emirates finds electronics ban loophole

by Hannah Edensor

Emirates is charging ahead to find ways around the electronics ban on US-bound flights. Although we’re not saying there’s a stampede or anything.

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Electronic ban unacceptable long term: IATA

IATA is pulling a ‘Not happy, Jan’ move and calling out the US and UK governments over the electronics ban. Although they didn’t actually shout out the window at them.

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Qatar offers replacement laptops inflight

by Hannah Edensor

Following the hit by the US on electronics bans inflight, Qatar Airways has delivered its return serve. Although they’re not playing tennis or anything.

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Will travel insurance cover checked-in electronics?

by Hannah Edensor

The question of the day is, ‘Will travel insurance be there when your checked-in laptop breaks?’ That and ‘What will we have for lunch today?’

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Details of US electronics ban revealed

by Hannah Edensor

We heard Emirates’ boss threw his laptop at the wall in a rage following this news. Yes, that’s a totally fabricated lie.

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