PHONES TO BE USED ON AIRCRAFT IN INDIA

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP October 20, 2010 20:27

PHONES TO BE USED ON AIRCRAFT IN INDIA

The Indian government has relaxed rules on using mobile telephone on board aircraft. Previously using a phone on an aircraft after it lands and clears the active runway was banned, now the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), India’s civil aviation regulatory authority has relaxed that rule.

An official statement said: “The DGCA has amended the Rule 29B of Aircraft Rules to provide for the use of the cellular phones by passengers after the aircraft has landed and cleared the active runway, except in cases when low visibility conditions exist at the airport.”

However, passengers will only be allowed to use phones when the pilot confirms the plane has cleared the active runway.

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