A Dead Cellphone Could Deny Boarding On UK-to-U.S. Flights
The consequences of enhanced airport security are becoming clearer as international airlines enact new measures. British Airways announced Monday that all personal electronic devices were subject to inspection, and that security staff could ask that devices be powered on. “If, when asked to do so, you are unable to demonstrate that your device has power you will not be allowed to fly on your planned service,” the airline stated on its website . On Sunday, the TSA announced travelers on direct flights to the U.S. could be asked to turn on their cellphones before boarding.
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