U.N. agency bans lithium-ion battery cargo on passenger planes

The UN agency responsible for air travel standards has banned the transportation of lithium-ion batteries as cargo on passenger aircraft, saying they pose a serious fire hazard AFP

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    cwhite

    good luck with that, average person probably has 5 devices with lithium-ion batteries from wearables, smartphones, watches, game devices, hearing aids, note pc's, music devices, bluetooth headphones, digital cameras, mini-drones, flash units, remotes, battery chargers to your antique mobiles.

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    lostrune2

    Small lithium batteries won't be a problem. It's when lithium batteries get bigger and/or near each other in big chunks when it can have issues.

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