WASHINGTON U.S. Division of Homeland Stability Secretary John Kelly is speaking with European officials on Friday to examine threats to aviation and a attainable enlargement of a ban on in-cabin electronics much larger than cellphones, U.S. and European officials said Friday.
DHS spokesman David Lapan verified the get in touch with and said no announcement is planned for Friday on whether or not the U.S. govt will develop the ban. Reuters claimed Wednesday the Trump administration is likely to include things like some European international locations in the in-cabin ban. Kelly briefed members of Congress Thursday and held a meeting with superior stage executives at Delta Air Lines (DAL.N), United Airways (UAL.N) and American Airways Group Inc (AAL.O).
(Reporting by David Shepardson Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)