Feed Frenzy: Safety in the Skies

FAA rule: personal electronic devices can be used in takeoff and landing, but not talking or texting
1:29 | 11/01/13

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that's powerful. At 800-974-6006 tty/v. Using for take-off devices during take-offs and landing. Airlines have to that their airlines can tolerate the radio interference but good news, the faa says most already do. But they'll still be required to pay attention to in-flight safety instructions and it would be a lot easier if all airlines did something like this. ♪ the video from virgin america upped the production value by bringing two choreographers and a hollywood movie director. ♪ they're now seek egg fing performers for the next round of safety performer so you can sing in the next round of mile my club. They may have to rewrite some of it. Ensure your mobile phone and electronic devices are turned off and stowed. But not all of it. Yes, that is alex trebek and also featured, santa, elves an apparent reindeer and the abominable snowman. No word on whether santa applies these safety measures when piloting his own reindeer. We'll presume he does.

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