Kindles, iPads and Other Electronic Devices OK’d for Use During European Flights

Flight-mode be damned, the European Aviation Safety Agency has announced that it will be publishing new guidelines green-lighting the use of electronic devices at all stages of a flight. Your Kindles, iPads, smartphones and MP3 players will be saved from the disapproving glare of air stewards across the skies, throughout Europe! Read More >>

In-Flight Entertainment to Get a Boost as Take-Off and Landing Ban on Gadgets Could Be Lifted

Passengers on flights across the US are now free to use their gadgets during both take-off and landing, and that FAA-granted courtesy could soon be extended across Europe too. The relevant governing bodies, including the UK's Civil Aviation Authority and the European Aviation Safety Agency, are also considering the change, putting an army of "Flight Mode" devs on the dole. [Guardian] Read More >>

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BA Finally Gets Permission to Let You Keep Watching Stuff on Taxi, Take-Off and Landing

British Airways is just about to become the first airline in the UK to allow you to watch movies, TV shows, and listen to music from the moment you sit down in your seat to the moment you disembark the aircraft. Finally, why did it take so bloody long? Read More >>

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Could This Be the In-Flight Entertainment Revolution That We’ve All Been Waiting For?

Bring your own device (BOYD) is spreading through industry like wildfire. Instead of being given a company device, people are opting to bring their own phones, tablets and computers. What if you could opt to do that for your flight, but still hook-in with the airline’s systems and even handle the boring admin-stuff like checking-in and ordering food? Read More >>