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You may be aware of UK Government restrictions preventing the carriage of larger electronic items, such as kindles, tablets, laptops and their peripherals, in the cabin of aircraft flying from Egypt to the UK.
\nPlease be advised that with immediate effect this restriction has been lifted for easyJet flights from Hurghada to the UK. You are now permitted to carry all of these electronic devices and peripherals into the cabin of the aircraft.
We can confirm that, following the updated advice from the UK Government, we will be lifting the security restrictions on Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs) and will be implementing new additional security measures on our flights from Turkey from Wednesday 2 August 2017.
As part of efforts to revive the loss-making Air India, the government has kicked off the stake sale process and has issued a detailed preliminary information memorandum wherein it has proposed to sell 76 percent stake and cede management control to private players.
India, keen to sell the loss-making, debt-ridden airline, finalised plans in late March to divest a 76 percent stake and offload about $5.1 billion of its debt.
The Civil Aviation Ministry has sought Expression of Interest (EoI) for the stake sale in the loss-making carrier and two of its subsidiaries.
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