- Hamad International Airport, Doha, Qatar
- Dubai International Airport, UAE
- Abu Dhabi International Airport, UAE
- Ataturk International Airport, Istanbul, Turkey
- Queen Alia International Airport, Amman, Jordan
- Cairo International Airport, Egypt
- King Abdul Aziz International Airport, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
- King Khalid International Airport, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
- Mohammed V Airport, Casablanca, Morocco
- Kuwait International Airport, Kuwait.
Order imposed on Middle East flights
Air passengers face laptop ban over security fears
Air passengers are to be banned from taking some electronic devices on board as cabin luggage on certain flights.
The British government has announced a cabin baggage ban on laptops on some inbound direct flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.
The ban also applies to tablets and DVD players, and follows a similar US move to restrict devices carried by passengers travelling from eight countries.
Downing Street said it followed talks on air security and was “necessary, effective and proportionate”.
The ban applies to any device larger than 16cm long, 9.3cm wide or 1.5cm deep. It includes smart phones, but most fall inside these limits.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: “We understand the frustration that these measures may cause and we are working with the aviation industry to minimise any impact.”
Six UK carriers affected are:
Eight overseas airlines affected are: