More airlines are now banning Samsung's Galaxy Note7 from flights after government-backed bans in the U.S. and Canada.
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Carriers in Australia, Asia and Europe have announced bans that prohibit passengers from bringing the device on flights over fears that they could catch fire.
Air Berlin banned the phones with immediate effect.
The Transportation Department announced Friday it is banning Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones from all airline flights after nearly 100 incidents of overheating.
Hot on the heels of the FAA’s decision in the US to ban Samsung’s ignition-happy Galaxy Note7 on all flights, local carriers Qantas and Virgin yesterday announced a similar stance, effective immediately. More »
India has joined the United States, Australia, Singapore and others in prohibiting the use of Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 on its airlines. SEE ALSO: Samsung Note7 owners told to stop using their phones and recall is imminent India’s Min...
We have a public service announcement for you: if you own a Samsung Galaxy Note7, return it. If you don’t, you’re an idiot. If you don’t return it and you try and get on a plane in Australia, you are breaking a whole lot of airline ...