With the changes in the aviation world hitting us hard and fast over the past two days, it seems a lot of Indians and other Asian travelers won’t be able to fly to the USA with their gadgets in sight. Perhaps it’s time for them to consider Air India and Jet Airways as an option.
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Here are the details of the British Electronics Ban. 6 countries will be affected, and you need to check in your laptops only. Other devices may fly with you!
It seems the UK has made up their ban to follow into the USA footsteps of the Electronics Ban. This seems mindless to me, and a bit excess, but be ready for it if it happens!
The Electronics Ban is now confirmed and will be rolled out over the next 3-4 days by a lot of the middle-eastern airlines, and some African ones too. If you are flying from Asia to the US of A via these regions over the next few days, check out all the information you need to know, here!
The Electronics-on-board ban for American flights originating from certain Middle-Eastern and African airports seems to have some more news with information about the 8 countries and 10 airports which may be affected by the ban.
A strange tweet from Royal Jordanian explains that passengers in and out of the USA flying their carrier, amongst others won’t be able to carry their electronics on board the plane with effect from March 21, 2017. This seems to be instructions applied to all middle-eastern carriers. Here are the few details we have as of now.
Last year, I clocked more than a million miles. A lot of them without being on a plane. Here are the details of how it was done, and perhaps, you could do it too!!
Dubai Airport is not going to accept a lot of kind of bags, and they are going to be awesome at baggage handling going forward. Here is how!
Singapore has now announced a new visa-free transit facility for Indians, where you can visit Singapore for upto 96 hours during a transit from Singapore. This is a great development for everyone who wanted to transit via Singapore and stay to see the wonders. Check out the details!
I wasn’t aware till yesterday, that one can use a valid Schengen Visa on a cancelled passport to access the Schengen countries under special circumstances. Here is all we found about it yesterday!