The Minister of internal security of the USA John Kelly Wednesday, June 28, announced the introduction of new security measures for passengers arriving at U.S. airports from abroad, reports news Agency Reuters.
According to Kelly, it is as visible and invisible measures. In particular, the rules for screening passengers and their Luggage at airports will be tightened. Special attention will be given to electronic devices.
The new rules apply to flights from 105 countries. If any country refuses to follow them, bringing gadgets on Board the aircraft, arriving there in the United States, will be banned.
As previously reported, the current changes were the result of a successful testing program of computed tomography at the international airport Sky Harbor in Phoenix, the administrative centre of Arizona. This technology allows you to scan the already checked baggage and carry-on baggage, creating a three-dimensional image.
Recall that the ban on transportation overall electronic devices such as portable computers and tablets, was introduced in March of this year for aircraft arriving from several airports in the Middle East and Africa in connection with the security threat emanating from these countries. These measures were the airports of Amman, Kuwait, Cairo, Istanbul, Jeddah, Riyadh, Casablanca, Doha, Qatar, Dubai and Abu Dhabi.