Do I have to put my laptop/e-reader/tablet into my hold luggage on the journey out or just my return flight, or both?
You are free to bring your devices on your flight out to the Middle East and North Africa, it is ONLY on your return flight back to the UK from Egypt;...Read more
All mobile/smart phones including: iPhone 7plus and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge; small portable media players (e.g. iPods), Smart/iWatches and small compact...Read more
Any larger electronic devices - over 16.0cm in length, 9.3cm wide and 1.5cm deep – including tablets , laptops and e-readers. This includes any...Read more
If you're travelling back to the UK from a Turkish or Egyptian airport on a Thomas Cook Airlines’ flight, we encourage you to minimise or even...Read more
We’re all required to follow these new additional security measures, so if you’ve brought a laptop, tablet or e-reader device on holiday with...Read more
The UK Government has announced additional precautionary security measures for passengers on flights originating from a number of countries in the Middle...Read more
The FCO advice has not changed. It is the UK Government that has put these extra security precautions in place for those customers travelling from certain...Read more
The countries in North Africa and the Middle East that are affected are Egypt, Turkey, Kuwait, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia. ...Read more
I have a connecting flight out of/before landing in UK; can I have my devices with me for part of the journey?
For direct flights into the UK, you will need to pack your devices in to your hold luggage to be checked in. For other legs of your journey, you...Read more