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Passengers should always use in electronics from 2014 aircraft
By Arnoud Wokke , Monday, September 23, 2013 08:02, comments: 158 , views: 27,039 • Feedback
Smartphones, tablets and e-readers from next year should probably just stay on during taxiing, take-off and landing of an aircraft in the U.S.. The American Aviation FAA is working on flexible rules around use of electronics in aircraft.
For example, passengers from next year look likely videos, read lyrics and listen to podcasts or music on airplanes in the U.S.. Cases that require a wireless connection, such as calling, texting or surfing probably remain prohibited during taxi, takeoff and landing, as saying several members of an advisory board of the FAA on the new rules against the newspaper The New York Times. The advice should come later this month. If the U.S. service adapts its rules, other countries will probably follow soon.
Now even off passengers for take off and landing every electronic device, because the rules that prescribe. Those rules are set, because electronic devices would emit equipment in the cockpit would interfere with wireless signals. However, there is no evidence for this assertion. After takeoff, electronic devices may be used. Another argument for the rules is that electronics could shoot and so injure other passengers. During hard landing in the hands
There have been times rumors relaxed rules for electronics during takeoff and landing. Eighteen months ago, were the first stories about relaxed rules. Not everyone abides by the rules: especially during taxiing many passengers use their smartphone or tablet.
Electronics during taxiing
You keep your smartphone or tablet during taxiing, takeoff and landing?
No. Better safe than sorry I put it only as a steward / stewardess asks that Before taking off, I just put everything out, during taxiing I use electronics I often forget my smartphone or tablet to turn off I love all aware enabled, those rules do not make sense I never fly
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