“The vast majority of carriers operating out of these airports are no longer subject to these restrictions,” the announcement filed online by the DoT’s reads.
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Some airlines, on flights originating out of Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Jordan have decided to maintain restrictions on large phones, tablets and laptops, the statement added.
However, the decision “does not reflect security standards at these airports” and is an “operational decision by individual carriers,” it added.
Passengers flying out of the following airports have been asked to check with their airlines on decisions concerning the restrictions: Istanbul Atatürk and Dalaman in Turkey, Jeddah and Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, Amman in Jordan and Beirut in Lebanon.
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