Friday, 21 June 2013

The FAA is looking to ease restrictions on the use of gadgets in flight, reports WSJ - The Next Web

The FAA is looking to ease restrictions on the use of gadgets in flight, reports WSJ - The Next Web:

 "The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) could soon be easing the restrictions on which gadgets can be switched on and used by travelers in flight, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).

The group is reportedly still in discussions over the finer details, but is expected to relax the current ban that covers a number of devices such as e-readers when the plane is at a low altitude, as well as during takeoff and landings. Exactly which devices will be permitted is not clear yet, although the WSJ reports that calls from a mobile phone will still be out-of-bounds."

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