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Emirates introduces laptop and tablet handling service for US flights

Emirates customers traveling to the US via Dubai will be able to utilize their laptops and tablet devices on the first part of their journeys, and also during transit in Dubai. They must then declare and hand over their laptops, tablets, and other banned electronic devices to security staff at the gate just before boarding their US-bound flight. The devices will be carefully packed into boxes, loaded into the aircraft hold, and returned to the customer at their Emirates US destination. There will not be any charge for this service. 


Passengers on US-bound flights starting their journeys in Dubai are encouraged to pack their electronic devices into their check-in luggage in the first instance, to avoid delays. 


Customers should be aware that there will be a detailed search of all hand baggage on non-stop flights to the US from Dubai. They should therefore declare their devices before the search, or ensure their electronic devices are packed into their check-in luggage in the first instance.


From Saturday, 25 March, travelers on non-stop flights to the US from Dubai International airport (DXB) will not be allowed to carry any electronic device larger than a cell phone or Smartphone, excluding medical devices, into the aircraft cabin. Travelers must pack these electronic devices in their checked-in baggage.


This new security directive, issued by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), applies to all passengers traveling on non-stop flights to the US from Dubai, including those in transit.  It does not apply to passengers traveling on Emirates’ US-bound flights via Milan and Athens, or Emirates flights to/from any other destination.

 

Usa Bound Flights Electronic device ban

In accordance with the United States government's directive on 21 March 2017, all passengers travelling from Hamad International Airport (DOH) on United States-bound flights are prohibited from carrying select electronics on board flights. This includes electronic devices larger than a cellular phone or smart phone, with the exception of medical devices needed during the flight, spare lithium batteries or power banks. 


Qatar Airways has made special arrangements to assist passengers in securing their devices in the aircrafts’ baggage hold. Prohibited devices – including but not limited to laptops, tablets, e-readers, cameras, travel printers/scanners, portable DVD players and electronic games – must be carried in checked luggage only. 

 

Cabin Luggage Restrictions

In accordance with the United States government's directive on 21 March 2017, all passengers travelling from Hamad International Airport (DOH) on United States-bound flights are prohibited from carrying select electronics on board flights. This includes electronic devices larger than a cellular phone or smart phone, with the exception of medical devices needed during the flight, spare lithium batteries or power banks. 


Qatar Airways has made special arrangements to assist passengers in securing their devices in the aircrafts’ baggage hold. Prohibited devices – including but not limited to laptops, tablets, e-readers, cameras, travel printers/scanners, portable DVD players and electronic games – must be carried in checked luggage only. 

 



 
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