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BEIJING, CHINA:  Guests try out the wireless connection to the Internet on their laptops onboard US aerospace giant Boeing's latest aircraft "Connexion", which allows passengers to connect on the Internet wireless while flying, at the Beijing Capital airport 21 September 2005.  Boeing claimed that China will need more than 2,600 new planes worth 213 billion USD over the next 20 years, quadrupling its fleet to become the world's second largest aviation market.           AFP PHOTO  (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
BEIJING, CHINA:  Guests try out the wireless connection to the Internet on their laptops onboard US aerospace giant Boeing's latest aircraft "Connexion", which allows passengers to connect on the Internet wireless while flying, at the Beijing Capital airport 21 September 2005.  Boeing claimed that China will need more than 2,600 new planes worth 213 billion USD over the next 20 years, quadrupling its fleet to become the world's second largest aviation market.           AFP PHOTO  (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

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US officials say concerns over screening procedures at some airports in the Middle East and Africa will require passengers to check in almost all electronic devices rather than carry them into the cabin. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.