European aviation regulator EASA has warned that operators could be exceeding lithium battery limits in their portable inflight entertainment systems, or by storing too many backup batteries for cockpit portable electronic devices (PEDs). “EASA is concerned about the risks associated with the broad use by aircraft operators of PEDs containing lithium batteries that exceed the limits imposed by the technical instructions (TI),” the agency said in a safety information bulletin ...

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