Article 12 - Conduct Aboard Aircraft
Section 1. OBJECTIONABLE CONDUCT
If the Passenger conducts himself or herself aboard the aircraft so as to endanger the aircraft or any person or property on board, or obstructs the crew in the performance of their duties, or fails to comply with any instruction of the crew, or behaves in a manner to which other Passengers may reasonably object, Carrier may take such measures as it deems reasonably necessary to prevent continuation of such conduct, including restraint or offloading of the Passenger.
Sec. 2. USE OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES
The Passenger may not operate aboard the aircraft portable radios, televisions, telephones, or transmitting devices, including radio‑controlled toys and walkie‑talkies. The Passenger shall not operate any other electronic devices on board without Carrier's permission, except that portable recorders, hearing aids, electric shavers, hand calculators, heart pacemakers and such other similar electronic devices, which Carriers may expressly allow, may be used at any time except during take‑offs and landings. Visible fluid lighters may not be used on board the aircraft.