Delta And JetBlue To Allow Electronics Devices In Flights

Posted: Nov 2 2013, 2:52am CDT | by , Updated: Nov 2 2013, 2:54am CDT, in Technology News


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Delta and JetBlue to Allow Electronics Devices In Flights
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After the FAA’s Friday announcement, Delta and JetBlue airlines are the first to relax the rules for in-flight devices use. They will allow their passengers the use of electronic gadgets during all phases of flights i.e from take-off to landing.

Delta and JetBlue have taken the initiative first by letting their travelers use e-readers, iPods and tablets. The passengers will be free to use these electronic gadgets during take-off and landing. And this scheme has the blessings of the FAA.

Even American Airlines is to start allowance of this laxity in the rules. And it is all for the sake of the worthy passengers. Their grievances had reached blue heat and have now been assuaged. The news reached the online environment via Twitter. The whole program was given a framework by the FAA. The passengers meanwhile are thrilled with this new transformation. They seem to have gotten the bargain of a lifetime.

Until now the usage of electronic equipment aboard airlines was not allowed. The main reason behind this was that the signals from the paraphernalia interfered with the cockpit panel of instruments. The airplane machinery was very sensitive and anything which hindered it was a safety hazard.

But now thanks to greater precautions, the airplanes have been made foolproof as regards their equipment. That is why tablets, e-readers and iPods will be allowed to be used from now onwards. The world is indeed moving towards greater freedom and liberation. It is just a matter of time before we enter a virtual heaven on earth. The signs of the time point towards just such a future period of plenty.

Source: ABC

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