Fabian Demicoli

EU extends the use of electronic devices on planes


The European
Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has updated its guidance on the use of portable
electronic devices (or PEDs) on board planes – including smartphones, tablets,
MP3 players and e-readers.

This first step will permit the use of all portable
electronics in "flight mode" or "airplane mode" – i.e. not
transmitting – throughout the journey, including taxiing, take-off and landing.
Until now, all portable electronic devices had to be completely switched off
during taxiing, take-off and landing. New guidance on this will be issued in
the coming months.

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