EASA warns on airline-device lithium battery risk

In this article ATW reports about the warnings of EASA on Lithium batteries.

European aviation regulator EASA has warned that operators could be exceeding lithium battery limits in their portable inflight entertainment systems, or by storing too many backup batteries for cockpit portable electronic devices (PEDs).

AirFi Solutions are fully compliant to the new regulations as reported in this article:  http://airfi.aero/airfi-complies-to-the-easa-safety-information-bulletin-operation-2016-08/




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CIO & Director of Asia Operations @ AirFi & Founder of Vidamore. Martijn specialises in Innovation for airlines and airports.

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