FAA Allows Use Of Electronics Throughout Flights

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FAA Allows Use Of Electronics Throughout Flights

The Federal Aviation Administration announced that airline passengers will now be able to use certain electronic devices, such as e-readers and video gaming devices, throughout an entire flight, though cell phone calls remain prohibited. What do you think?

  • “All right. I’ll start flying again.”

    Xavier Wren
    Illustration Instructor
  • “Aw, man. Just when I sold all my electronics.”

    Veronique Fowler
    Grocery Bagger
  • “Nice to see the people whose job it is to protect me loosening up a bit.”

    Kyle Domingo
    Systems Analyst