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Will you use a Bluetooth device on your next plane trip?

Asked by robmandu (21252points) October 9th, 2008

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1074709/Terrifying-Qantas-jet-plunge-left-dozens-injured-caused-passenger-laptop.html

‘Certainly there was a period of time where the aircraft performed of its own accord,’ said Julian Walsh, director of aviation safety investigation.

Investigators from the Australian transport safety bureau have already found that on a [different] Qantas flight a passenger clicking a wireless mouse put the Jumbo jet on a three-degree bank.

Have you ever forgotten to turn off all of your electronic and/or radio transceiving devices?

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kapuerajam's avatar

No I just put my phone in airplane mode.

gailcalled's avatar

@Rob; That’s an easy one. I don’t fly any more.

loser's avatar

I haven’t gone anywhere near a plane since 9/11!

gailcalled's avatar

@loser; I’m not crazy about the new haircut.

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