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Ryan air and iPads


frenchman96

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Hi Guys

Do you know if Ryan air have Wi-fi, and I'd so, do they allow passengers to use their iPad.

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Iscanut

The airline is playing safe, as Ian in Northampton has pointed out. They can't rely on everyone telling the truth about wireless devices.

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Woolwell

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However they don't check my mobile phone but if they see my Sony e-reader then they insist that it is switched off. I used to have the non-wifi version and that had to go off too.

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Ian in Northampton

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One of the nightmares of travelling these days is the lack of consistency and not knowing what to expect. Example: in some airports, security insists you remove your shoes - in others, not. You'd have thought it was either a universally good idea, or universally unnecessary. Same inconsistency onboard the plane, with different airlines having different policies about what is and isn't allowable with e.g. electronics. I find it very frustrating.

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Forum Editor

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Different airlines have developed slightly different security policies, as have different airports. Both are usually independent commercial concerns, so it's up to them to do what they think necessary.

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