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EASA guidance says Europeans can use personal electronics during flights

14
Nov
2013

The European Aviation Safety Agency has approved the use of personal electronic devices during all phases of flight. The regulatory body will publish its guidance by the end of November, which means European airlines will be able to let their passengers use tablets, smartphones, e-readers, and other devices from gate to gate. Cellphone calls remain prohibited during flights, but the EASA says its looking at new ways to certify the use of mobile phones on-board aircraft to make phone calls.

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