ads 728x90

Smartphone in airplane, to a relaxation of rules

Many travelers leave their smartphone lit in airplane, despite the rules in place on board who require in-flight shutdown, shows a study published last week in the United States.

A survey by the Airline Passenger Experience Association and the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the second group is the main advocate for the industry consumer electronics in the United States, suggests that elected officials of countries relax the rules based on the assumption that the electron wave devices can interfere with the navigation system, particularly during takeoff and landing.

Many travelers leave their smartphone lit in airplane, despite the rules in place on board who require in-flight shutdown, shows a study published last week in the United States

According to their survey, 30% of passengers have forgotten to turn off their phones during a flight. In contrast, 59% say they always turn off device, 21% indicate to "airplane mode", and 5% say it off from time to time.

The administration of U.S. Aviation Administration (FAA) announced in the summer of 2012 the establishment of a working group to consider the use of mobile electronic devices by airline passengers, which could lead to an extension of the uses permitted in flight. Its recommendations were expected in spring 2013. 
Smartphone in airplane, to a relaxation of rules Smartphone in airplane, to a relaxation of rules مراجعة من قبل Steven Raiss في 8:00 PM تصنيف: 5