More good news broke out on Sunday with two more airlines clearing the large electronics ban to the USA.
Welcome to the club Royal Jordanian and Kuwait Airways.
Continuing to prove that Royal Jordanian continues to be on top of its social media game (as they have been for quiet some time), the airline revealed that things were back to normal in a Tweet:
— Royal Jordanian (@RoyalJordanian) July 9, 2017
Top marks as usual.
Meanwhile, Kuwait Airways also cleared the ban too this weekend, with a slightly less flourishing tweet.
— Kuwait Airways (@KuwaitAirways) July 9, 2017
We’ve reached a tipping point now – with six of the ten carriers clear of the ban. Royal Jordanian and Kuwait Airways join Turkish Airlines, Eithad Airways, Emirates and Qatar Airways in passing the US Department of Homeland Security’s new requirements
Only EgyptAir, Saudia, Royal Air Marco and Gulf air are now affected, with Saudia and Royal Air Marco set to clear this hurdle by the 19th July.
This just leaves Egyptair and Gulf Air without a position so far.
It’s important to remember the large electronic ban lifts are for flights to the USA only. Flights to the United Kingdom operated from various countries are STILL impacted, with the British Government silent on if and when the their ban will be lifted.
Headline Image – Royal Jordanian Tweet.
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