A couple of weeks back, the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) exhorted passengers to switch off their Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones and abstain from conveying it in processed in baggage on Indian flights.

But now it appears as though things are getting back on track for Samsung.The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued a consultative to the travelling public and airline companies today, lifting the restrictions on in-flight use of the new Samsung Galaxy Note7, purchased after 15th September, 2016.

It is essential to note that Samsung has not began selling Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in India till now, the company said in an announcement, that Samsung will just sell new devices in the nation that will have a green battery symbol to show it is safe to charge and use on a flight.

Samsung recalled its Note 7 devices over the globe this month because of flawed batteries, which created the devices to explode, when they were kept on charge or in ordinary use.

Samsung India Spokesperson said -“We recognize the inconvenience this has caused to customers, flyers and airline authorities, and remain committed towards customer safety.”

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