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The In-Flight Fight Continues: Cell Phones on Planes?

phone_airplane.gifWith cell phone use so ubiquitous, there’s almost no place to escape it as you hear phones ring in restaurants, theatres, sports complexes and virtually everywhere else — including airplanes.

Now, the airlines have published an overview of what their individual policies will be once the FAA permits cell phone use on board. Fortunately, most say they will NOT allow passengers to pass the time with calls.
Read this USA Today article. [Via OnlineTravelReview.com, March 21.]

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