Are cell phone calls on airplane flights inevitable?
In the future, a passenger on an airplane may be looking at their mobile phone, and their phone might just be on.
This could be the case on flights where you would fly with friends, relatives and others with whom you would be able to stay in touch even during the long flight.
I want to believe that such a mobile phone call would be a welcome and beneficial aspect of an airplane flight.
On an airplane, you can rest when you’re tired, and you can also listen to music and watch movies as you fly through the air.
However, there are a number of issues with using a cellular phone on an airplane.
It’s cumbersome since you have to carry that phone in a pocket, but you can’t use the phone when you’re asleep. Plus, there are also noise concerns.
Most of the time, however, you can keep your phone in your bag, or hand over to a co-passenger.
If you have a smartphone with you and want to text, email or check your contacts, the chances are that you’ll want to use it when you’re on the plane.
And that’s where the need for using your phone on an airplane becomes a major problem.
What are the laws, regulations and safety concerns with cell phone calls on airlines?
There aren’t any Federal Aviation Administration laws, which means that passengers on an airplane would have to follow those state laws, such as those that exist in California, Florida and New York.
In the past, there was a lot of concern due to the threat of someone bringing a gun onto a plane due to cell phone calls.
While a federal ban would be a long shot in the US, other countries have had similar concerns with cell phone use on flights.
For instance, there was a U.S. law passed in 1984 that was supposed to put a national ban on