Jagmohan Garg News Delhi Here are the airlines and regulators which have banned Samsung’s Note 7

Jagmohan Garg News

Samsung Note 2

Indian passengers can still carry their devices on flights in their hand baggage in the switch-off mode, according to the earlier Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) guidelines issued on the matter, even as airlines across the world enacted bans on the carriage of the device over the weekend.

The was to issue a fresh advisory on carrying Samsung’s fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on board flights by the middle of October, the Economic Times had reported earlier this month.

The fresh advisory was to be issued after the US Federal Aviation Authority revised its guidelines on carriage of the Note 7, the report had added.

As reported earlier, at the beginning of September, theasked passengers not to charge or switch on their Note 7 devices on board aircraft. They could however carry the device in their hand baggage in the switch-off mode.

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