Use of Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs)


It has been determined that certain electronic devices could cause minor interference with aircraft navigational instruments.  Therefore, restrictions on the use of personal electronic devices are necessary.

  • Cellular phones must be turned off prior to walking on the ramp to board and must remain off until entering the terminal at the destination.
  • Portable music devices, tablets and electronic readers must remain off during takeoff and landing.
  • Passengers may always use any medically-prescribed, physiological instrument, such as a hearing aid or pacemaker.

Devices that are not permitted for use at any time include:

  • Battery-operated personal air-purifying devices
  • Portable oxygen concentrators (except on ATR-42)
  • Televisions
  • Radio receivers and/or transmitters (including AM/FM/SW, CB and scanners)
  • Remote-control toys
  • Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices

View the full list of prohibited items.

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