The Federal Aviation Administration opened the way for mobile-phone use on aircraft when it lifted restrictions on the use of electronic devices if carriers could show they wouldn’t interfere with a plane’s navigation equipment. That prompted the FCC to take up the matter and advance its proposed rule. it brought virtually everyone in the aviation community passengers, policymakers, and flight crews, first and foremost together in opposition,” the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, which represents American Airlines employee. “The proposal raised serious concerns about the safe operation of the aircraft, which is APFA’s top priority.
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