Posted on: 15 April 2014 by Mark Howells
easyJet is now allowing passengers to use their personal electronic devices such as laptops, DVD players, tablets and mobile phones throughout the duration of their flight.
The low-fare airline submitted a detailed safety proposal to the Civil Aviation Authority which has been approved in line with all safety regulations, meaning that passengers will be able to continue watching films, reading e-books, working or drafting e-mails uninterrupted for longer.
"We know that portable devices are an important part of our customers' journey with us so we are pleased they can now use their electronic devices onboard in 'Flight mode' for the duration of their flight with us – we think this will be a popular change," said Peter Duffy, easyJet's Group Commercial Director, Customer, Product and Marketing.
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