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Anonymous asked in TravelAir Travel · 1 decade ago

im flying from Dublin to Frankfurt and then onto the Philippines can I take my phone and laptop on the plain?

4 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Yes, you should switch off your phone as soon as you get in the plane. The laptop can be switched on when the seatbelt sign is switched off. You won't get much time to use it on the Dublin-FRA flight.

  • ?
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    sure, you will decide on a passport. The Dublin Airport Authority will constantly request one whether you're a citizen of one of the rustic's in the ecu Union. (Afterall, your passport is information of the place you got here from! you won't be able to easily tell them the place you're from.) regularly, that's terrific to be risk-free than sorry. constantly carry a passport in case of unpredictable activities. in case you do not have one, persist with now! January is the busiest month for passport purposes. you additionally could have this provider expedited, even regardless of the indisputable fact that it particularly is exceptionally high priced. additionally, once you arrive, in case you're going into Dublin city, i'd advise the Airbus, which hits all of the main resorts around the city. It waits rapidly out front of the arrivals gate and leaves each 10 minutes. it particularly is going to fee 7 euro for one way and 12 euro return. it particularly is totally sparkling and intensely comfortable. city buses would be slightly chaotic and taxis can get exceptionally expensive! happy travels!

  • 1 decade ago

    I see no reason why not, as long as you keep them switched off during take off and landing.

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