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Schiphol refuses from Tuesday empty electronics on flights to the U.S.
Schiphol is from Tuesday, July 8th perform additional checks in the electronic equipment in the hand luggage of travelers. If the equipment can be or can not be removed from the case does not turn on the equipment should not join the plane.
That says Schiphol Airport on its website. Until now it was known that these are additional measures that will apply where the controls relate to flights to the United States. On “certain airports’ There appears Schiphol so still under attack, despite an earlier denial by a spokesman for the Dutch counterterrorism coordinator. Every day, approximately thirty direct flights to the U.S. from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
The measures announced by the Transportation Security Administration will apply to all the electronics that can be carried in hand baggage such as mobile phones, laptops, tablets, cameras, handhelds, mobile phones and MP3 players. The checks, which will be performed at the gate travelers have their equipment out of a possible protective and incitement. If that fails because of a dead battery, the device can not count on the plane.
The U.S. fears that terrorists use electronics to get a bomb. Aboard an aircraft As part of the safety shoes Travellers also be sharply scrutinized. Schiphol said the work will take to avoid. Additional waiting allViewing:-218
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