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+ - FAA to reevaluate inflight electronic device use – no cell phones though->

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coondoggie writes "If you have been on a commercial airline, the phrase “The use of any portable electronic equipment while the aircraft is taxiing, during takeoff and climb, or during approach and landing,” is as ubiquitous but not quite as tedious as “make sure your tray tables are in the secure locked upright position.” But the electronic equipment restrictions may change. The Federal Aviation Administration today said it was forming a government-industry group to study the current portable electronic device use policies commercial aviation use to determine when these devices can be used safely during flight."
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FAA to reevaluate inflight electronic device use – no cell phones though

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