Today, Pakistan International Airline (PIA) directed its passengers to not to use Samsung Note 7 devices on its flights, a statement announced by the national carrier:
“In view of recent reports about Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices, and the international warnings to airline passengers not to carry this smartphone during flights, PIA passengers are also strongly advised not to carry it, not even in their check-in luggage, as it may compromise aircraft and passenger safety”.
It necessary to Notify that Note 7 yet to be launched in Pakistan. PIA premier and PIA flights didn’t allow passengers to charge their mobiles in the plane during flight.
Keeping in view the reports, PIA notifies passengers not to bring Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and also not to put Samsung Galaxy Note 7 their checked baggage.
The announcement was advertised following the rumors that a number of Note 7 devices split while charging. Due to faulty rechargeable lithium batteries, one vehicle caught fire.
PIA isn’t the unique Airline that has banned Note 7 on flights, before this UAE, India, Australia and several other countries have banned the use of Note 7 devices on all their International and National Airlines.
It is remembered that Samsung announced a worldwide recall for all Note 7 devices wherever it was launched, and postponed the launch date for other exchanges.
Samsung Company in Pakistan has postponed the launch date of Note 7 in Pakistan and ended the pre-orders.
Samsung mentioned that the company is working on repairing the problem that was originally generated due to a battery defect.