Even If FCC Relaxes Rules, Delta Won't Allow In-Flight Calls

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Delta CEO Richard Anderson says frequent flyers believe voice calls in the cabin would disrupt travel. So the airline announced it will ban in-flight calls even if the FCC changes the rules.

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