After months of rumors and news leaks, the Federal Aviation Administration has finally decided to allow business travelers and other airline passengers to use their personal electronic devices throughout the flight.
By the end of this month, a Federal Aviation Administration advisory panel is expected to recommend removing most restrictions on using mobile devices on airplanes, the New York Times is reporting.
A Federal Aviation Administration advisory panel will meet this week to complete a recommendation on relaxing rules preventing airline passengers from accessing tablets and e-readers during takeoff and landing, The New York Times reports.
The Federal Aviation Administration may relax rules preventing airline passengers from accessing tablets and e-readers during takeoff and landing, The New York Times reports.
In the ongoing effort to save on fuel costs, airlines are trying to ditch the heavy paper documents required on board in favor of electronic alternatives. American Airlines is testing a program that
In a software nightmare this week, a breakdown in the Federal Aviation Administration's system for processing flight plans caused massive airline delays. The FAA said a software problem caused the
A House of Representatives committee has voted to permanently ban the use of mobile phones in flight by passing the Halting Airplane