It Seems that in the very near future on Board the aircraft, banned not only the use , but also wireless headphones. Indeed, on the eve during a flight from Beijing to Melbourne in Australia directly into the head of one of the passengers exploded and broke out the headphones, causing the girl of the injury and to death frightened flight attendants and other passengers. The Australian Bureau of transport security (ABTB) even published on the official website a set of rules that will prevent such incidents in the future.
Headphones exploded on the head of a sleeping girl two hours after departure from Beijing. She heard a loud Bang, then felt a strong burning sensation on the face. Gripping his head, she pulled the headphones on his neck, and then dropped them off on the floor, trying to extinguish the sole of the Shoe. From the headphones was the smoke, flying sparks and you could see the tiny flames. Running to help the crew raised burning the headphones and threw them in a bucket of water. The only way the fire managed to stop. Part of the design containing a battery, primevils to the floor. In the cabin there was a strong smell of burning plastic and burnt hair.
You will Agree that hardly anyone can rejoice in a similar pattern in the morning. Neighboring passengers were scared to death of what happened, and after landing specialists ABCB conducted a thorough investigation of the incident. The victim escaped with a few burns on the head, neck, and hands, also burned part of her hair. The Australian government has released a list of precautions that should be observed if you take on a flight electronics containing rechargeable Li-Ion battery (and we all take something with me). Here is the list:the
Similar rules have already been published previously by a number of airlines of other countries, including Aeroflot. Well, it seems that the current generation of batteries will give us a lot of trouble. No wonder a number of researchers working on how to incorporate into your battery .
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