Airlines are getting clever to find ways around the laptop ban

Here’s a new air travel perk you probably never thought would happen: Laptops for everyone!

After an indefinite ban on electronics was placed on nine airlines — involving 50 direct daily flights to the United States from Muslim-majority countries — carriers are now getting creative to help please customers.

Qatar Airways, one of the affected airlines, just announced that it will loan laptops to business class customers on impacted flights. Travelers will be able to download their work to a USB, stick it in the free laptop, and continue their work uninterrupted while they fly.