British Airways may be banning laptops, phones, and other lithium-ion ...
Just a few days ago, flights across the globe were canceled as concerns mounted over the January 7 Boeing 787 lithium-ion battery fire at Boston's Logan International Airport.
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#1 Jan 20, 2013
What a bullshitter. See this Tweet from BA: https://twitter.com/british_airways/status/29...
#2 Jan 20, 2013
Yes, that is wrong 100%, An airplane or 787 can fly using dangerous bateries but is OK to put all under risk. This Wrong and Industry Cover Up !!!!
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