Carry-on devices must be fully charged for US flights, UK Flights & Beyond…
Tough new flight security measures announced last week amid concerns terrorists are developing new hard-to-detect bomb
While uncharged gagets can be confiscated according to new guidelines, BA announces it will bar passengers from flying
Hundreds of foreign airports offering direct flights to the U.S. could be impacted
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has said it will not allow mobile phones – especially the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy – on to planes bound for the U.S. from some international airports if the devices are not charged.
But British Airways’ rules could see travellers with uncharged electronic devices – some of which are notorious for having short battery lives – not only lose their gadgets but also their seats on the flight.