Yesterday afternoon, news began to emerge that the TSA was putting in place a ban on large electronic devices being brought aboard flights from certain countries, aboard certain airlines.

This morning at 3:00a Eastern, the TSA had sent out emails to the affected countries and carriers giving them 96 hours notice before the ban was scheduled to take effect.

In yesterday’s, news only Saudia and Royal Jordanian were known to have been aware of the ban.   In today’s release the list has been fully disclosed.

The following 8 countries are confirmed by the TSA as being on the list:

Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Kuwait, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates.

Any flights or passengers departing airports in these countries that on non-USA based airlines are subject to the TSA Ban.

The airlines that will be impacted by the ban are Saudia, Royal Jordanian, Kuwait Airlines, Egyptair, Royal Air Maroc, Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar.

Even if a carrier does not fly directly to the USA, if one of their passengers is connecting to flight that ultimately arrives in the USA, that passenger will be covered by the ban.

The UK version and the TSA version of the ban are not identical.   Certain airlines or countries are not on both lists.