In-flight cellphone ban heads to committee

02/10/2014 | Hill, The

A measure which would prevent fliers from talking on cellphones during flights heads to the House Transportation Committee for lawmakers' review, and backers say it's a bill needed to make the flight experience less annoying. "Let's face it, airplane cabins are by nature noisy, crowded, and confined," said bill sponsor Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa. "For those few hours in the air with 150 other people, it's just common sense that we all keep our personal lives to ourselves and stay off the phone."

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