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EASA wants to call in planes allow
The European Agency for the Safety of Air Navigation has announced that European airlines now able to determine whether their passengers must call from the air itself. The rules for devices like tablets and other electronics are relaxed.
Airplane mode The EASA let know that it no longer imposes the rule requires travelers to switch. portable electronics airplane mode According to an EASA spokesman makes the adjustment of the rules ‘theoretically’ possible that a passenger can keep calling from the departure into the air.
According to the EASA, the rules already last year eased , travelers now have more freedom of movement than with American airlines. However, European airlines have the possibility not yet to allow this or to set. Their own rules for the use of consumer electronics on board Passengers also have to disable the equipment and the crew ask for it.
Despite the relaxation of the rules or ask the EASA airline check whether the wireless signals that generate the devices to control their planes do not interfere. This requires follow an internal procedure. Societies In addition, many airlines will need to install. Their devices even the equipment It is not inconceivable that ‘silence zones’ will be like the stiltecoupés in trains. Created in aircraft during periodViewing:-187
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