Enlarge / Visitors line up to look at an Etihad Airways Airbus A380-800 at the Dubai Air Show in 2015. (credit: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Some of the Middle Eastern airlines barred from having laptops and other electronics in their main cabins have said their rules are returning to normal after receiving approval from US agencies.
Turkish Airlines and Emirates Airlines both announced the end of their respective laptop bans yesterday.

That follows long-haul carrier Etihad Airlines, which told The Associated Press on Sunday it will no longer bar larger electronics on its flights.
Etihad runs 45 flights a week from Abu Dhabi to six US cities.

Emirates flies to 12 US cities from Dubai International, the world’s busiest airport.

The AP reports that Emirates cut 20 percent of its US flights following the imposition of the laptop ban.
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