The US is one of Etihad Airways' largest markets, with 203,515 passengers flying to the US from Abu Dhabi between January and April this year.
The U.S. laptop ban, first announced in March as a security measure, now applies to nonstop U.S. -bound flights from nine global airports in Amman, Jordan; Kuwait City; Cairo; Istanbul; Jeddah and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Casablanca, Morocco; Doha, Qatar; and Dubai.
It is the responsibility of officials of the seven affected airports to ensure that larger electronic devices are not allowed in cabins of nonstop flights to the United States.
The airline said in a statement on Tuesday that it is "working hard in coordination with various aviation stakeholders and the local authorities" to put the heightened security measures and protocols in place.
Acting chief executive of operations, Abu Dhabi Airports, AbdulMajeed al-Khoori, told Reuters on Monday that USA officials assessed the airport on Saturday night.
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One of the factors that led to this decision from the Us is the fact that Abu Dhabi airport has a a Preclearance facility that belongs to the "US Customs and Border Protection". In May, U.S. President Donald Trump shared highly classified intelligence about the Islamic State group wanting to use laptops to target aircraft with senior Russian officials visiting the White House.
Turkish Airlines said on Monday it expected the ban to be lifted on flights from Turkey on July 5.
In April, Emirates said it was cutting flights to the U.S. because of reduced demand in the fallout from the ban.
Global carrier of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Etihad Airways said on Sunday the US Department of Homeland Security has lifted a ban on carrying electronic devices, including laptops, onboard flights between the UAE capital Abu Dhabi and the US.
Britain announced a similar ban on personal electronic devices for flights originating from six countries, but not the United Arab Emirates.