European budget carriers Ryanair and Wizz Air have become the latest airlines to relax restrictions on the use of personal electronic devices (PED) on takeoff and landing. Wizz Air rolled out its new PED policy Jan. 28, followed by Ryanair on Feb. 6. Both carriers are allowing device use throughout all phases of flight, as long as they are set to “flight mode.” FAA announced plans to relax restrictions on PED use at the end of October and Delta Air Lines was the first US ...

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