The Airline that Prohibiting Use of Galaxy Note 7

Burning Galaxy Note 7 triggered the ban on phone use in aircraft

Qantas cabin seats - Economy Class

Burning gadget make anyone feel worried, this time occurred in the case of burning of phone devices from Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and raises questions of passengers who may not know this beforehand.

We will soon know the reaction of the civil aviation authority Federation Aviation Administration (FAA) related to the ban on the use of the phone on the plane, and consciously many airlines apply the rules to delay the use of products such gadgets in aircraft.

International media outlets reported the burning incident Galaxy Note 7 in the plane, such as articles from the site Kompas Travel, citing the Business Insider about the case.

Further news delivered also reported on the airline in the world to implement the recommendations of the FAA are American, Delta, United, Southwest, Air France, Virgin America, Virgin Atlantic and Emirates.

Other citations on Friday, September 9, 2016, from reported the same prohibition, as from Australian airline including Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Tiger Airways.

In general we know this prohibition widespread, although the airline very concerned about the FAA suggestions for this type of phone, said a spokesman of Air France and other airlines in the region of Southeast Asia, such as Singapore Airlines and Tiger Airways, Garuda Indonesia, Citilink, Sriwijaya Air and Lion Air also implement policies prohibiting the use of the phone.

Softer policy conducted by other airlines such as Air Asia by way of the gadget must turn off during the flight, until the moment of the passengers got off the plane. Of course in the end it all back to the comfort and safety for passengers and flight safety itself.

(Source WA Prodjo - KompasTravel, Business Insider, /Image Qantas Airways)


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