Etihad takes shot at Trump in new ad
YouTube/Etihad Airways Etihad Airways says it will "Make Flying Great Again" in its latest ad.
The new commercial, which was released on social media in response to the US government's ban on laptops and other large electronic items on flights from certain airports in Africa and the Middle East to the US, reassures customers that they will still have access to in-flight entertainment.
"Enjoy endless entertainment on demand ... including the latest movies, TV box sets, live news and sports," the ad says.
The new security procedure requires passengers to place all their electronic items larger than a cellphone in their checked luggage. This includes laptops, tablets, e-readers, portable DVD players, gaming devices larger than a smartphone, and travel-size printers and scanners.
Etihad also reiterates that its passengers will have access to their cell phones during the flight and can use the onboard Wi-Fi to stay in touch.
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