The ban affects MacBook Pros that were subject to an Apple recall in June.
Apple said at the time the issue affects 15-inch MacBook Pros with batteries "that may overheat and pose a safety risk." About 450,000 computers are included in the recall. They were sold between Sept. 2015 and Feb. 2017.
In a statement, the FAA said it is "aware of the recalled batteries that are used in some Apple MacBook Pro laptops. In early July, we alerted airlines about the recall, and we informed the public. We issued reminders to continue to follow instructions about recalls outlined in the 2016 FAA Safety Alert for Operators."
Under those regulations, "If a product that is dangerous goods or that contains a dangerous goods component (e.g., battery) is subject to a safety recall related to the dangerous goods, it must not be carried aboard an aircraft or in baggage unless the recalled product/component has been replaced or repaired or otherwise made safe."
European aviation regulators have also moved to keep the affected laptops off of planes.
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