For your safety, the use of certain carry-on portable electronic devices is restricted inflight, as they may interfere with the aircraft systems and must remain off while the aircraft is taxiing, during takeoff, and during landing.
The following portable electronic devices may be used on board after take-off, with their wireless function disabled, when the cabin crew informs you that it is safe to switch them on and may remain on until the seatbelt sign is turned on for landing:
In-seat power is available across our entire fleet for the devices mentioned above. Please note that all portable electronic devices may not be plugged into the aircraft's utility electrical power supply outlets. An exception is made for electric shavers which may only be used in the appropriate sockets in the lavatories.
Personal Medical Devices & Instruments such as Hearing Aids, Heart Pacemakers, implanted neurostimulators and other Implanted Medical Devices can be used at all times on board. If you are planning to use any Medical Portable Electronic Device (M-PED) such as POCs, ventilators, respirators, nebulisers or CPAP machines inflight, please see here for detailed information.
Portable electronic devices that are prohibited from use at all times are: