Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Forbidden on Planes


Talking to people around me made me aware of the fact not so many of us know the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is not allowed on planes. Not even if this is off. The battery of this mobile catches fire easily. This of course makes the model banished from planes. So, make sure you don’t have one on you, or boarding will be denied to you. The rule is already effective. Please see the complete list of Star Alliance companies and get in touch if you fly with one of them http://www.staralliance.com/fr/member-airlines Also, get in touch with any other company which operates flights from Geneva Airport.

Yet, Geneva Airport authorized the company to run a stand in the airport starting with 22 October, then every day from 6AM to the last departure, on the check-in floor, next Geneva Assistance desk. Passengers will be able to get a phone and, if you have enough time, transfer your data to the new device.

I wish you a pleasant and safe flight!

Information en français:

http://www.gva.ch/en/DesktopDefault.aspx/tabid-434/1481_read-19759/

“Certaines compagnies aériennes opérant des vols à destination des Etats-Unis ont pris la décision de ne plus accepter l’emport des smartphones Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Genève Aéroport a autorisé l’entreprise Samsung à mettre un de ses collaborateurs à disposition des voyageurs en possession d’un tel appareil. 

Un collaborateur Samsung tiendra un stand, à compter de samedi 22 octobre à 10h (et ensuite tous les jours de 6h jusqu’au dernier départ), au niveau des enregistrements, à côté du guichet de GVAssistance. Il vous proposera un appareil de substitution et, si le temps le permet, vous aidera à transférer vos données personnelles du Samsung Galaxy Note 7 sur le nouvel appareil mobile. ”

Je vous souhaite un agréable vol,

Dan

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