It's happening. Already reports of passengers facing enhanced security and early enforcement of the electronics ban have reached social media.
Dubai, the world's busiest international airport, and its main carrier Emirates are scrambling to make sense of new rules preventing passengers from carrying laptops and tablets onto flights bound for the U.S.
London's bustling tourism sector could come under strain following a deadly terrorist attack in the heart of the city.
The ban on some electronics on certain flights has some people scrambling -- especially parents with young kids.