Thursday, May 28, 2015

The column: Airlines take heed, readers say NO to cell phones during flights

Airlines should be very careful about wishing they could allow cell phone calls in flight as they equp planes for Internet access. The column today was mostly written for me by you, my readers, using quotes from some of the 65-plus e-mails and phone calls I got last week, expressing the strong opinion that chattering above 10,000 feet should not be allowed. Read more here.

The column: Airlines take heed, readers say NO to cell phones during flights

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Airlines should be very careful about wishing they could allow cell phone calls in flight as they equp planes for Internet access. The column today was mostly written for me by you, my readers, using quotes from some of the 65-plus e-mails and phone calls I got last week, expressing the strong opinion that chattering above 10,000 feet should not be allowed. Read more here.

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