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A total of 15 airports have banned domestic flights in the US after President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily banning travelers from six majority-Muslim countries.
The travel restrictions also prohibit entry to the US for those who have been detained at the country’s airports.
The restrictions were announced on Friday and will last for 120 days, the maximum period that the executive order allows for a stay of execution.
They were implemented after the Supreme Court ruled last month that the president could not impose a ban on travellers from the seven countries.
As of today, all international flights are banned from New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington, DC and Miami.
“I cannot stress enough the importance of these orders to our citizens and our families,” Mr Trump said in a statement on Friday.
Travelers will still be allowed to travel to the seven affected countries, but only to flights to and from the US.
On Sunday, the United States government issued a notice of appeal to the Supreme Judicial Court of the United State of America, arguing that the ban is unconstitutional and violates the Constitution’s equal protection clause.
A similar ruling in a similar case by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals last year overturned a similar executive order from Mr Trump.
The US is one of the largest travel markets in the world and there have been many cases in recent years where the travel ban has been enforced, including by travellers from Yemen and the Philippines, according to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
It is unclear whether the travellers affected by the travel restrictions will be able to get flights to other countries.
“I am concerned that the order will not only hurt American citizens and residents, but also those who work and live in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada, who have their own unique travel plans,” Mr Justice Anthony Kennedy said in his ruling.
“There are already significant concerns about the scope and timing of these measures.”
A statement from the Department of Homeland Security said the ban would be in place until the courts review its constitutionality.
Mr Trump also ordered the suspension of refugee admissions for 120 consecutive days, and for six months from the end of the year.
He also ordered a review of visa rules to make sure people who were already in the country illegally had the opportunity to re-enter.
There is also an indefinite ban on refugees and citizens of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen, while a ban has also been in place on people from Libya, Syria and Somalia.
All people from Iran, Iraq, Somalia and Sudan are banned, and a temporary ban on Syrian refugees has also gone into effect.
People from the affected countries are subject to a “national security vetting process” to ensure they do not pose a security threat.