Tag: aviation safety

EASA Updated Passenger Information on Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Reading Time: 1 minute On 10th of October 2016 Samsung Corp. informed about the decision to stop sales and exchanges of Galaxy Note 7 devices. Samsung Corp. is advising: “Since the affected devices can overheat and pose a safety risk, we are asking consumers with an original Galaxy Note 7 or a replacement Galaxy Note 7 to power it […]

EASA Recommendations for The Transport of Damaged Lithium Batteries

Reading Time: 1 minute The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued on 26 September 2016 a set of recommendations for the safe transport of Galaxy Note 7 devices, which are subject of recall by their manufacturer. In a so-called Safety Information Bulletin (SIB) sent to all airlines today, EASA recommends the following: A recalled device may not be carried […]

EASA: Keep Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Turned Off and Do Not Charge

Reading Time: 1 minute Following the official communication from Samsung on issues with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the European Aviation Safety Agency advises passengers and crew members to keep these devices turned off and do not charge them while on board of the aircraft and do not put them inside the checked baggage. Passengers are also reminded of […]

Piper Receives EASA Approval of M500

Reading Time: 1 minute Piper Aircraft, Inc. announced it has been awarded approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), for the Piper M500, clearing the way for the innovative aircraft to enter into service on the European register. “EASA certification is an important milestone allowing us to kick off a major sales campaign to bring the M500 to […]