Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Phones Prohibited on All Solomon Airlines Flights
Posted on November 04, 2016 at 11:08 AM in General News
Solomon Airlines announced today that it will not allow Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones on board all its international and domestic flights with immediate effect.
This follows the recent emergency alerts issued by major aviation regulatory authorities banning the device amidst persisting reports of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Phones catching fire.
Passengers are therefore not permitted to carry the Galaxy Note 7 - including recalled and replacement devices - on their person, in cabin bags, in check-in baggage or as cargo.
Any guests found with the device will be denied boarding. Safety is and will always be of paramount importance to Solomon Airlines and we urge our valued passengers to strictly adhere to this safety notice.
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