Monday, September 1, 2014

Electronic devices now allowed on Japanese flights

Well, I wrote a nice post with the crappy blogger android app, but all the text disappeared, so I'll just leave you with this photo.

7 comments:

  1. We were actually allowed to use stuff during both takeoff and landing already last week going from Kansai airport to Schipol. Worth noting is that only "small" devices are allowed during those times; no laptops or anything with a keyboard. If it kind of needs a tray table to be comfortable it's too big. Makes sense, as it can become quite a projectile if something happens. Also worth noting is that they said nothing about a smaller SLR with a small, fixed-focal length lens (my luck that we approached Osaka from the sea, and the weather was rainy and miserable. Not a songle decent picture).

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  2. Yeah, that's right about the notebooks. I had mentioned that before the app ate my post.

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  3. The restriction only applied to Japanese carriers; KLM was not impacted.

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  4. such a nice stuff. very useful especially for the users searching for android jellybean. a kind of stuff can be accessed at Android apps for PC

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  5. love your blog and the insight it provides! may i ask what phone you are using in the photo?

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  6. Thanks. It's an old Nexus S with a nice gelaskin. Photo was taken with Xperia A.

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  7. I'll allow them under the condition they are strapped to a limb. One of them is going to fly the length of the plane otherwise and I don't want to be on the receiving end of that beaning.

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