Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use personal electronic devices on the flight?

Personal electronic devices

You can use things like e-books, smartphones and other handheld electronic devices at any time during your flight, unless you’re told otherwise by the crew. They do need to be switched to ‘Flight Safe Mode’ or ‘Airplane Mode’, though. That said, please make sure you listen carefully to the safety briefing by your cabin crew before take-off.

If you’re carrying larger devices like laptops and larger tablets, you’ll be able to use them during the flight, but they’ll need to be switched off for take-off and landing, and stowed away. You’ll also need to take these items out of your hand luggage at security, as they’ll need extra screening.

If any of your electronic devices can’t be switched to ‘Flight Safe’ or ‘Airplane Mode’, they’ll need to be switched off completely throughout the flight.

Electronic cigarettes

You’re not allowed to use electronic cigarettes on the plane at all, although they can be carried in hand luggage.

Can I bring my own seatbelt to use on the plane?

No – you can only use the seatbelts supplied in the aircraft. This is due to regulatory requirements.