A traveler at Beirut's Rafik Hariri waits to board his flight to the UK on Sunday, Mar. 26, 2017. (Daily Star / Kareem Chehayeb)
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Despite the facade of normalcy at Beirut's international airport on Sunday, some of the passengers headed to London said they were concerned about the new electronics ban.In addition to flights to London via British Airways, flights to the British capital are offered through Lebanon's carrier Middle East Airlines.Electronic gadgets larger than 16 x 9.3 cm can no longer be taken on the plane, requiring most tablet devices and all laptop computers to be stored in checked-in luggage.An American middle-aged married couple, who asked to remain unnamed, were not fazed by the new ban.
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