Help please from ElectricFrank

FOXXY posted a question recently about interference whilst on aircraft, I had a similar experience in January (I did post at the time.

I have since found these 2 interesting articles. May I ask for Franks input; or anyone else who has anything to ad.



Question for Wingart

by FOXXY30 - 2008-04-03 03:04:40

Hi Chrissie, I'm Foxxy and had the Airbus incudent in March. St Jude Medical are checking out my PC download details to see if they can figure out what happened.
What happened to you , please, as I have only just registered I didn't read your posting at that time.
Thanks for your help as I've just cancelled my next hol at considerable cost, until I can find out more .


by ElectricFrank - 2008-04-03 03:04:46

I don't know what to think about this one. I would think the they would have to at least warn passengers about it and allow you to opt out of having it at your seat.
My suggestion is to wait a bit and see if it turns out to be a fake.


Not a problem, (in my case)

by johng - 2008-04-03 04:04:19

Just for information, I have made two trips from Europe to the USA since early January, (and returned).

Four flights were on Airbus A330-300 aircraft.
Two internal flights (US) were on Boeing 757 aircraft, and two were on Airbus A320 aircraft.

So far, I have made eight transatlantic trips since having my PM fitted, and have had no adverse effects to report.

Hope you find a solution, I would be concerned in your position.
Please keep us informed.


by Pete K - 2008-04-25 11:04:37

Hmmm, electromagnets in the seats? Guess they don't want pacemakers OR pregnant women flying their airlines. LOL, or anyone with steel pins or joints in their bodies? Oh well, should be great for the ground travel businesses!

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