Airline Passengers May Soon Be Able to Use Electronics During Takeoff and Landing
According to The New York Times, the FAA has been looking into the use of electronics on planes, and might ease up on the strict rules to shut them down during certain times. However,
don't get too excited. This wouldn't apply to cellphones, the report said.
The F.A.A. has been meeting with key companies from different industries such as Amazon and the Consumer Electronics Association since January, and it plans to reveal its findings on July 31, 2013, according to The New York Times.
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