Electronic Devices


For your safety, electronic equipment which transmit radio signals that interfere with the aircraft’s navigation system must never be used throughout the flight, including during passenger boarding and take-off. Such devices include:

 

  • Cellular Phones
  • Compact Disc Players
  • Radio Transceivers
  • CB Radios
  • Electronic Remote Control Transmitters

 

Other portable electronic devices, although they may be non-transmitting or may be low in power consumption, should NOT be operated during take-off, climb-out, descent, final approach and landing. These include:

 

  • Laptop Computers
  • Peripheral Devices
  • Video Cameras / Players
  • Tape Recorders / Players
  • CD/DVD/MP3 players
  • FM Radios / TV Receivers
  • Calculators with Liquid Crystal Display
  • Electronic Shavers

 

Some flight conditions may require the discontinuance of the use of electronic devices and will be announced by the crew.

 

Personal electric life support systems such as hearing aids, electronic nerve simulators, respirators may be used throughout the flight.