EasyJet and airBaltic have become the latest European carriers to allow passengers to use personal electronic devices (PEDs) throughout all phases of flight. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) relaxed its rules on PED use on takeoff and landing last December, although implementation is being handed by national regulators. EasyJet implemented the change April 14, while Latvian carrier airBaltic will adopt the new policy from April 18, provided the devices are put into flight ...

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