Laptopban on Royal Air Maroc flights toward us by today raised

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) reports through a statement that the ban on carrying laptops and other large electronic devices in the cabin on flights between Morocco and the United States (us) today ends.

In the statement is the reason it now is raised not further specified. The US Department of Homeland Security also has the laptop ban at six other airlines raised, namely Emirates, Etihad Airways, Kuwait Airways, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian and Turkish Airlines.

The Moroccan airline RAM is the only airline providing direct flights to the U.S. from the Kingdom, namely between the Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca and Washington, DC and New York.

In March forbade the US laptops and other electronic devices that were bigger than smartphones in the cabin on flights of 10 airports in eight countries, where they expressed their concern that they can be used to hide explosives. The affected countries were Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and Turkey.