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After Saudi airline imposes new security measures, laptop ban set to...

Travelers in Jeddah are cleared to bring laptops, Riyadh is expected this week.

US laptop ban lifted on Qatar Airways

The Qatari airline has joined Etihad and Turkish Airlines on the exemption list.

Laptop ban led to 20-percent drop in flights for one Mideast...

Emirates, Etihad, and Turkish Airlines increase security, drop electronics ban.

Two Tickets as Bait

Over the previous weekend, social networks were hit with a wave of posts that falsely claimed that major airlines were giving away tickets for free. Users from all over the world became involved in this: they published posts that mentioned Emirates, Air France, Aeroflot, S7 Airline, Eva Air, Turkish Airlines, Air Asia, Air India, and other companies.

Trump confirms he shared classified intel with Russia’s foreign minister

National Security Advisor: Trump didn't expose sources or methods.

Cockpit access codes for United Airlines spill online

"The safety of our customers and crew is our top priority," United says.

United Airlines cockpit codes released to the public

The airline says the data leak was an accident.

United Airlines cockpit codes accidentally leaked

The airline says the data leak was an accident.

Don’t let cloud providers kick you off like United

As everyone knows, last week a United Airlines passenger was asked to deplane because the airline overbooked and needed his seat for a staff member, then was dragged off the plane by Chicago airport cops when he refused to leave. Yes, the passenger didn’t follow the rules, but the situation ultimately was United’s fault.Believe it or not, what happened at United is an object lesson for any business that signs up for cloud services.
I’ll explain shortly.[ InfoWorld’s quick guide: Digital Transformation and the Agile Enterprise. | Download InfoWorld’s essential guide to microservices and learn how to create modern web and mobile applications that scale. ] Back in 2007, I boarded a United flight that was overbooked, and I was asked to deplane as a result.
It was inconvenient and humiliating. However, I didn't go limp, and the cops didn't drag me bleeding off the flight.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

US FCC kills plan to allow mobile phone conversations on flights

Imagine a fellow airplane passenger sitting next to you and yelling into his mobile phone for six hours during a cross-country flight.If simply thinking about that scenario gives you a headache, you're not alone. On Monday, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission killed a plan to allow mobile phone calls during commercial airline flights.[ It’s on! Office vs. iWork vs. G Suite on the iPad. | Stay up on mobile developments with InfoWorld’s Mobile Tech Report newsletter. ]Since 2013, the FCC and the Federal Aviation Administration have considered allowing airline passengers to talk on the phones during flights, although the FAA also proposed rules requiring airlines to give passengers notice if they planned to allow phone calls.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

FCC kills plan to allow mobile phone conversations on flights

Imagine a fellow airplane passenger sitting next to you and yelling into his mobile phone for six hours during a cross-country flight.If simply thinking about that scenario gives you a headache, you're not alone. On Monday, the U.S.

Federal Communications Commission killed a plan to allow mobile phone calls during commercial airline flights.[ It’s on! Office vs. iWork vs.

G Suite on the iPad. | Stay up on mobile developments with InfoWorld’s Mobile Tech Report newsletter. ]
Since 2013, the FCC and the Federal Aviation Administration have considered allowing airline passengers to talk on the phones during flights, although the FAA also proposed rules requiring airlines to give passengers notice if they planned to allow phone calls.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Now UK bans carry-on lappies, phones, slabs on flights from six...

Hit list: Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia The UK has banned airline passengers on direct inbound flights from six countries in the Middle East and North Africa from taking a range of electronic devices into the cabin due to fears of a terrorist attack.…