Prior to a flight, passengers shall remove power elements from all radio equipment, except for non-removable batteries.
To avoid channel interference in the aircraft’s communication and control systems during flight, passengers are forbidden to use electronic game-sets, photo cameras, video cameras, video recorders, portable phones, radio transmitters, radio receivers, and other electronic-wave equipment during flight, except for the listening apparatus, cardiology devices, electronic alarm clock, calculator, laptop, or voice recorder/player.
Musical instruments may be carried either in the baggage compartment or in the passenger cabin. When passengers take a musical instrument into the passenger cabin, they shall abide by the common rules for transportation of hand luggage in the cabin.
Dry-battery wheel-chairs shall be carried in the baggage compartment, provided the battery is disconnected, its terminal is safely isolated to avoid short currents, and the battery is secured at the wheel-chair. Wheel-chairs with the helium-type battery may be carried with the battery connected, yet the terminals shall be safely isolated. Wheel-chairs with the electrolytic-type battery shall be carried in the baggage compartment, provided the battery is disconnected, its terminal is safely isolated to avoid short currents, and the battery is packed into the absorbing container marked properly.