A majority of US air travelers believe the FCC should not lift a ban on cellphone use during flights, according to a new study that was sponsored by the Assn. of Flight Attendants/Communications Workers of America and the National Consumers League and released yesterday. Of the 702 air travelers surveyed, 63% wanted to keep cellphone restrictions in place while 21% said it is time to let people talk on their phones during flights. The study, conducted by Lauer Research, has a margin of ...

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