Thursday, September 15, 2016

Adria bans Galaxy Note 7 phones

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Adria Airways has followed in the footsteps of several global carriers and banned the use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones on board its aircraft due to security concerns. In a statement, the airline said the devices needed to be turned off during the entire flight, cannot be charged on board and should not be placed into checked-in luggage. The measure is in line with recommendations issued recently by the European Aviation Safety Agency in the aftermath of reports of dozens of Galaxy Note 7 devices exploding due to a battery fault.

2 comments:

  1. Marketing idea:
    "Your decision to buy that phone was almost as bad as ours to buy this airline"

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  2. Who forced you?

    M. Anzuj

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