Consider laptop ban on all U.S. flights

The United States might ward off laptops from the aircraft cabins on all flights in and out of the country.

The U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly said in the tv program Fox News Sunday. A term he called not. The Government is planning "raising" to protect air traffic. That includes a stricter control of stuff in hand luggage.

"That's where they are, the terrorists, possessed of the idea a plane out of the sky to pick up, especially if it's a unit of an American society and it is full of Americans," said Kelly, who called this threat is real. In March had ten airports in Turkey, Qatar and the Gulf States, among other things, all restrictions imposed for carrying larger electronic devices in the passenger areas.

The US claimed earlier this month though consultation with representatives of the European Union on banning laptops, tablets, and cameras in hand luggage on flights to the US.

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