Portable Electronic Devices
For your safety, the use of certain carry-on portable electronic devices is restricted as they may interfere with the aircraft navigation and control systems. We would appreciate if you could refrain from using any portable electronic equipment while the aircraft is taxiing, during takeoff, or during approach and landing.
Electronic devices that are most likely to cause interference are radio frequency transmitters such as CB radios, mobile/ cell phones, radio-controlled toys and devices that interfere with the aircraft’s navigation and communication systems. The use of these devices is banned at all times on board.
Mobile phones must be switched off completely when the cabin doors are closed for departure, and must not be turned on again until the aircraft is parked and the cabin doors have been opened. Mobile phones may be used on the ground during transit at any time the cabin doors are open (unless otherwise instructed by cabin crew).
Other forms of electronic devices such as players for audio CDs, DVDs, VCDs, LDs, computer CD-ROMS, mini discs, camcorders, combined cell phones/ PDAs with a “flight mode” setting which allows the phone to be switched off, and Laptop computers, may be used on board from 15 minutes after takeoff until the seat belt sign is switched on in preparation for landing. The Inflight Services Manager will make an announcement to remind you of this safety requirement.
In-seat power for laptops is available for all First and Business Class seats. In-seat power supply for laptops is available on selected Economy Class seats.