Electronic Devices

The unauthorized use of electronic devices, including but not limited to laptops, PDAs, CD players, electronic games or transmission devices, remote-controlled toys and walkie-talkies is prohibited on board the aircraft and may constitute a criminal offence. The use of hearing aids and pacemakers is, of course, permitted.

Mobile phones, smartphones or similar portable electronic devices with an antenna have in general embedded functionalities (e.g. games, camera, video, agenda, e-mail, media player, and many other functionalities). These may not be used unless the device can be turned in airplane mode. The airplane mode disables the built-in antenna and transmitting functionality and makes it therefore possible to use the device in an airplane.

The usage of phone or transmitting functionalities of the portable electronic devices is not permitted at any time during the flight

Immediately inform the cabin crew when a battery or device is damaged, hot, produces smoke, is lost, or falls into the seat structure during flight.

Keep the battery or device where it can be observed, switched off (not in sleep or hibernation mode), protected from accidental activation (also disabling any features that may switch it on, e.g., alarms), and not to be charged at any time.