Emirates Cutting US Flights as Trump Policies Affect Travel
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
Emirates airline will begin cutting its number of flights into the U.S. in May, saying demand has slowed since President Donald Trump's executive orders affecting entry visas and carrying electronics such as laptops and tablets onto U.S.-bound flights.
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