European safety regulator EASA has joined FAA in voicing caution over Galaxy Note 7 smartphone use inflight because of Lithium battery-related fire fears. “The European Aviation Safety Agency advises passengers and crew members to keep these devices turned off and do not charge them while on board of the aircraft and do not put them inside the checked baggage,” EASA said in a statement, adding that operators should “ensure that this information is conveyed to the ...

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