India has joined the United States, Australia, Singapore and others in prohibiting the use of Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 on its airlines.
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India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation has announced that travellers in the country should stop using the Note7 in flights. It further advised passengers to not pack or store the phone in their check-in baggage. India is not alone in banning the Note7 from its flights. The United States, Australia. Singapore, the UAE, Pakistan and the Philippines have also issued similar advisories for their respective airlines.”The ministry has advised airlines and travelling public not to turn on or charge the said mobile during flights. This has been done in light of several incidents globally, involving the battery of Samsung Galaxy Note7. Read more…More about Transportation, Flights, Safety, India, and Note7
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