Tighter security screening for U.S.-bound passengers, electronics

07/6/2014 | ABC News · Reuters · Air Transport World · Australian Business Traveller

Passengers on international flights bound for the U.S. may notice tighter security measures, particularly of their electronics. Cellphones and other devices that won't power up will not be allowed on planes, says the Transportation Security Administration.

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