HOW WE SEE IT: FAA Should Revise Rules On Phone Use

Posted: January 14, 2013 at 1:24 a.m.

We’ve all heard the admonitions every time we board an airplane: When the cabin doors close, we must turn off all electronic devices — cellphones, tablet computers, laptops, e-readers, “anything with an on/off switch.” Those devices must remain off until the airplane has reached 10,000 feet, when all but cellular telephones can be reactivated.

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Opinion, Pages 5 on 01/14/2013


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