State of Hawaii v. Trump

Filing 253

Declaration re 252 Reply to Response to Motion, Supplemental Declaration of Neal K. Katyal. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit D (DHS Fact Sheet), # 2 Exhibit E (DHS Q&A), # 3 Exhibit F (N.Y. Times Article), # 4 Certificate of Service)(Katyal, Neal)

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3/25/2017 Fact Sheet: Aviation Security Enhancements for Select Last Point of Departure Airports with Commercial Flights to the United States | Homeland Security    Official website of the Department of Homeland Security Contact Us  Quick Links  Site Map  A­Z Index Fact Sheet: Aviation Security Enhancements for Select Last Point of Departure Airports with Commercial Flights to the United States Release Date:  March 21, 2017 Office of Public Affairs Contact: 202-282-8010 Overview: Change to international travel carry-on items Evaluated intelligence indicates that terrorist groups continue to target commercial aviation and are aggressively pursuing innovative methods to undertake their attacks, to include smuggling explosive devices in various consumer items. Based on this information, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and Transportation Security Administration Acting Administrator Huban Gowadia have determined it is necessary to enhance EXHIBIT D­sheet­aviation­security­enhancements­select­last­point­departure­airports 1/3 3/25/2017 Fact Sheet: Aviation Security Enhancements for Select Last Point of Departure Airports with Commercial Flights to the United States | Homeland Security security procedures for passengers at certain last point of departure airports to the United States. These enhancements apply to 10 specific airports. The affected overseas airports are: Queen Alia International Airport (AMM), Cairo International Airport (CAI), Ataturk International Airport (IST), King Abdul-Aziz International Airport (JED), King Khalid International Airport (RUH), Kuwait International Airport (KWI), Mohammed V Airport (CMN), Hamad International Airport (DOH), Dubai International Airport (DXB), and Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH). The aviation security enhancements will include requiring that all personal electronic devices larger than a cell phone or smart phone be placed in checked baggage at 10 airports where flights are departing for the United States. Impacted International Flights Bound for the United States These enhanced security measures will only affect flights from 10 of the more than 250 airports that serve as last points of departure to the United States. A small percentage of flights to the United States will be affected, and the exact number of flights will vary on a day to day basis. Airlines will know in advance which flights are affected by these measures Large Electronic Devices Electronic devices larger than a cell phone/smart phone will not be allowed to be carried onboard the aircraft in carry-on luggage or other accessible property. Electronic devices that exceed this size limit must be secured in checked luggage. Necessary medical devices will be allowed to remain in a passenger’s possession after they are screened. The approximate size of a commonly available smartphone is considered to be a guideline for passengers. Examples of large­sheet­aviation­security­enhancements­select­last­point­departure­airports 2/3 3/25/2017 Fact Sheet: Aviation Security Enhancements for Select Last Point of Departure Airports with Commercial Flights to the United States | Homeland Security electronic devices that will not be allowed in the cabin on affected flights include, but are not limited to: Laptops Tablets E-Readers Cameras Portable DVD players Electronic game units larger than a smartphone Travel printers/scanners There is no impact on domestic flights in the United States or flights departing the United States. Electronic devices will continue to be allowed on all flights originating in the United States. For more information and travel tips, please visit ( . ### Topics:  Air (/topics/air) Keywords:  aviation security (/keywords/aviation-security) , aviation (/keywords/aviation) Last Published Date: March 21, 2017­sheet­aviation­security­enhancements­select­last­point­departure­airports 3/3

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