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The Federal Aviation Administration announcing airlines -- allow passengers to use most electronic devices during all phases of flight including take offs and landings.
The committee determined that most commercial airplanes can tolerate radio interference.
From portable electronic devices.
It's safe to -- downloaded materials.
Currently passengers are required to turn off their devices -- -- plane's door closes they cannot restart.
Until the plane which is 101000 feet.
And they have to turn off the devices again the played the sensible way.
Ease restrictions now removed by today's FAA decision.
But using cellphones will still be prohibited I want to be clear -- -- still cannot talk on your phones during flights.
The Federal Communications Commission governs cell phone use during flights and committee did not consider that issue.
All devices should be an airplane out.
The US travel association an industry group.
Welcoming the move calling it a win win policy the FAA began restricting use of electronic devices back in 1966.
But he says the changes will not take effect immediately.
Each airline will determine how and win it will allow passengers the broader use of tablets.
The FAA also says that connected to the Internet will still be prohibited below 101000 feet in Washington -- -- -- Fox News.
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