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UK Hand Luggage Restrictions
The UK Government has updated security requirements for cabin baggage on direct flights from the following countries to the UK:-
- Saudi Arabia
All customers on direct flights from these destinations will not be able to carry laptops, tablets and larger mobile phones in their cabin baggage. Only mobile phones smaller than the following dimensions will be allowed in the cabin:- Length: 16cm x Width: 9.3cm x Depth: 1.5cm. Customers should either not travel with these larger items or check them into their hold luggage.
Ryanair Passengers Due To Travel Urged To Check In Today
Ryanair is urging all customers due to travel on Wednesday and Thursday to check in online today as its website is due to go offline for eight hours.
Both ryanair.com and the airline’s mobile app will close for a systems upgrade at 6.30pm (Wednesday) until 2.30am on Thursday.
This will mean that Ryanair’s online check-in service will not be available during this time and new bookings or changes to existing flights will not be possible during the web closure.
US Electronics Ban
The US is barring passengers from bringing electronic devices larger than a cell phone as carry-on items, from 8 airports in the Middle East and North Africa.
The US government is temporarily barring passengers on nonstop US-bound flights from eight Middle Eastern and North African countries from bringing laptops, iPads, cameras and some other electronics in carry-on luggage starting Tuesday.
The ban, which apparently applies to all devices except cellphones, was revealed Monday in statements from Royal Jordanian Airlines and the official news agency of Saudi Arabia. US airlines however, will not be affected by the ban, according to a US airline official briefed on the matter.
A US official said the ban will apply to nonstop flights to the US from 10 airports in eight countries.
Details to follow as received.