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A limited number of domestic passengers will be asked to turn on their cellphones and other electronic devices to show they aren't bombs.
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The TSA's going to want to take a closer look at your iPhone and notebooks on U.S.-bound flights.
A very limited number of airline passengers flying in the United States will be asked to turn on electronic devices while going through airport checkpoints, in an expansion of a security protocol implemented last week at some overseas airports, a U.S. official tells CNN.
The Transportation Security Administration says its screeners found loaded guns in carry-on bags of two passengers trying to board flights at Atlanta's airport - the first time the agency has detected firearms at the airport since Georgia's new law relaxing carrying restrictions took effect last week.
Extra security checks at UK airports will now be extended following measures that came into force last week, after terror threats were revealed by US intelligence.
Fliers heading to the U.S. also can expect different kinds of pat-downs and shoe checks as the Transportation Security Administration tries to create multiple layers of security that work together to more effectively detect threats, according to a person familiar with the program.
NBC News on the decision of the TSA to not allow electronic devices on to planes unless they are charged up: A U.S. source familiar with the matter said laptop computers are among the devices security screeners may require passengers to turn on.
A man talks on a cell phone in an American Airlines terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.
As the TSA increases its scrutiny of electronic devices , especially cellphones, on some overseas flights, the new security measures raise questions about how to combat threats posed by such familiar technology.
Simon Calder is Travel Editor at Large for The Independent, writing a weekly column, various articles and features as well as filming a weekly video diary.
The TSA will not allow cellphones or other electronic devices on U.S.-bound planes at some overseas airports if the devices are not charged up.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 01:54 am
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