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Airlines worldwide have started to ban the Samsung Galaxy Note 7

More and more airline will ban transportation of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
More and more airline will ban transportation of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Just one day after the emergency order of the DOT, airlines all over the world released similar statements, effectively banning the Galaxy Note 7 from being transported on any of their planes.
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Quantas, Virgin, Air Berlin, Singapore Airlines and Austrian Airlines. Those are the first airlines that have released orders today, effectively banning the Galaxy Note 7 from being transported on any of their flights, not only to and from the USA but worldwide. German Lufthansa has banned the phone from being taken on any US-bound flights but has, so far, not released a worldwide ban yet. A Lufthansa spokesperson said that she is expecting a worldwide ban on any Lufthansa flight soon.

This may make it more difficult than ever for travelers currently carrying a Galaxy Note 7 to continue their journey. They may face fines and be denied boarding eventually. We are expecting more and more airlines to release similar statements in the coming days after the U.S Department of Transportation (DOT) has officially banned the Galaxy Note 7 from being transported on any flight within, to and from the USA yesterday

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Alexander Fagot
Alexander Fagot - Managing Editor News - 7671 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2016
As a young tech enthusiast with a history involving assembling and overclocking projects, I ended up working as a projectionist with good old 35-mm films before I entered the computer world at a professional level. I assisted customers at an Austrian IT service provider called Iphos IT Solutions for seven years, working as a Windows client and server administrator as well as a project manager. As a freelancer who travels a lot, I have been able to write for Notebookcheck from all corners of the world since 2016. My articles cover brand-new mobile technologies in smartphones, laptops, and gadgets of all kinds.
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Alexander Fagot, 2016-10-16 (Update: 2016-10-16)