Airlines differ on allowing in-flight calls

11/24/2013 | Associated Press, The

If the Federal Communications Commission approves in-flight calls, airlines will have to choose whether or not to allow the practice. Delta Air Lines said it would prohibit voice calls, while JetBlue said it would consider allowing calls but "would prioritize making the cabin comfortable and welcoming for all."

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