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Old 09-23-2008, 05:53 PM
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Question Using bluetooth on airplanes

Is there any official documentation on usage of bluetooth on airplanes? I've searched the net and have only found best guesses and opinions. The last flight I took, one of the attendants told me that my headphones weren't supposed to be used during flight. I've done this countless times and have never heard anything official on it. Plus, when taking off, they say nothing about bluetooth. Well, unless bluetooth falls under the category of "using a radio". Is that the case?
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Re: Using bluetooth on airplanes

from what ive heard from pilots it doesnt matter for anything during take off (they still tell you not to i believe because on very old panes it did matter)only the landing do radio waves have a potential to **** with things and bluetooth's frequency is supposedly fine for landing anyway
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