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The Civil Aviation Department (CAD) announced today (September 2) that its regulations on the use of portable electronic devices (PEDs) on board Hong Kong registered aircraft have been revised such that passengers may be allowed to use certain PEDs like smart phones, e-readers and tablet computers in-flight under certain conditions.

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