Electronic gadgets that won’t turn on banned by TSA

WASHINGTON, DC - According to the latest report, the US Transportation Security Administration is prohibiting any uncharged electronic devices on board of aircraft.

Electronic gadgets that won’t turn on banned by TSA

WASHINGTON, DC – According to the latest report, the US Transportation Security Administration is prohibiting any uncharged electronic devices on board of aircraft.

New rules are introduced on flights that are flying to the United States from a number of foreign airports. Now security officials may ask passengers to turn on all of their electronic devices that they take on board. New requirements are introduced due to frequent attempts to disguise explosive devices as electronic adgets.

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The list of gadgets includes laptop computers, mobile phones, e-books and other electronic devices. In the case when the device’s battery is uncharged and it won’t turn on, the passenger will be instructed to leave it at the airport. Security personnel may also conduct an additional inspection of a suspicious person.

Additional checks of the passengers already went in effect at the airports in the UK and Belgium.

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