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Panasonic announces robust Mideast plans under new MD

Panasonic Marketing Middle East & Africa (PMMAF), the regional headquarters for Panasonic, has announced robust plans for fiscal 2017 under the leadership of the new managing director Hiroki Soejima. The new plans were announced at

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Hensoldt takes over aircraft electronics provider EuroAvionics

Hensoldt, a recently founded German sensor house, has taken over the Pforzheim-based company EuroAvionics, a supplier of avionics systems for helicopters and UAVs. Now that all the legal requirements have been met, the signed shar

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UK lifts electronics ban on RJ flights

The electronic devices ban has been lifted for Royal Jordanian’s flights from Amman’s Queen Alia International Airport to the UK. From August 4, Royal Jordanian passengers were allowed to carry these electronic devices

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Emirates to scale up flights to US: report

Dubai-based Emirates airline has started to ramp up some of its routes to the US that it had scaled back as a result of an electronics ban implemented in March by the Trump administration, its president has said in an interview to

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Electronics ban on Kuwait Airways flights to US lifted

Kuwait Airways has announced that its passengers will be able to carry personal electronic items on board all US-bound flights, departing from Kuwait International Airport.   The US Transportation Security Administration lift

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Electronics ban on Royal Jordanian flights to US lifted

The electronic devices ban has been lifted for Royal Jordanian’s flights from Amman’s Queen Alia International Airport to the US effective today (July 9). RJ president/CEO Stefan Pichler said: “Enhanced security

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US electronics ban on Saudia flights to be lifted by July 19

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) expects to see the ban on laptops and other electronic devices on direct flights to the US lifted by July 19. The airline is working with the country's General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA)

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US mulls expansion of electronics ban to 71 airports

The US government's electronics ban might be expanded to 71 airports overseas, a dramatic increase from the 10 airports where the security protocol currently applies, said a report. Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly to

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US mulls expansion of electronics ban to 71 airports

The US government's electronics ban might be expanded to 71 airports overseas, a dramatic increase from the 10 airports where the security protocol currently applies, said a report. Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly to

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Hisense becomes official sponsor of 2018 World Cup

Hisense, in a joint press conference held with Fifa, announced that that it is an official sponsor of the 2018 Fifa World Cup Russia, making it the first Chinese consumer electronics brand to sponsor the tournament. As an official World

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