THE HANDLING PRINCIPLES FOR IN-FLIGHT
PASSENGER OPERATES PERSONAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES
As some electronic devices may interfere with the aircraft's navigation equipment, the use of the following items is prohibited throughout the flight: citizens band radios, cellular phones, PDA phones, remote-controlled toys and transmitting devices. Prohibited during take-off and landing (under 10,000 feet): personal audio and video devices (CD/MD/VCD/DVD/MP3/disc player/TV receiver), video cameras, peripheral VCR and digital cameras, electronic entertainment devices, computer and peripheral devices (laptop/PDA/electronic dictionary/calculator) and radio receivers. Violation of these laws will result in imprisonment of up to five years or a fine of a maximum NT$150,000. The captain is authorised to suspend the use by a passenger of any electronic device he considers may interfere with the aircraft’s navigation system or otherwise affect flight safety.
 
  1. The in-flight passengers have to abide by CAA's regulations "that the operation of personal electronic devices, as cellular phones, C.B. radios, and all other transmitting devices is strictly prohibited."
  2. According to CAA Aircraft Flight Operation Regulations, Article 102, personal electronic devices are prohibited to use in the period from the time of closing door to the time of opening door. Anyone who violates the regulation may be penal servitude under 5 years, detention or a fine below NTD150,000.
  3. Airline is requested to announce repeatedly to all passenger when the flight is ready to fly that "It is against laws while operation of personal electronic devices, as cellular phones, C.B. radios, and all other transmitting devices in the cabin."
  4. When any passenger violates the regulation, the flight attendant should immediately report to captain, and captain should inform the aviation police for further handling.
  5. If the aviation police in receipt of the violation report, they would proceed into the aircraft and bring the violated passenger to justice.
  6. The captain, as well as the flight attendant would cooperatively to submit a prosecution form; and to assist aviation police to carry out the police written record. If, there is the other in-flight passenger reports this violation, then such written record would be accomplished by the passenger's assistance.
ELECTRONIC DEVICES ONBOARD
1. Cell phones must be switched off from the time the cabin doors are closed for departure until the aircraft is parked and the doors are re-opened.
2. Certain electronic devices must NOT be used on the aircraft at any time (i.e. citizen band radios, cellular phones, PDA phones, remote-controlled toys and other transmitting devices).These may interfere with aircraft navigation, communications and control systems. In addition, The usage of electronic cigarettes is prohibited at any time during flights.
3. Other devices such as computer equipment (e.g. cell phones in Flight Mode and switch off the transmitting function, laptops and PDAs), audio/video equipment (e.g. CD players, MDs, MP3s, DVDs, VCDs, CD-ROMs), photographic equipment (e.g. camcorders and digital cameras) may only be used during the flight. The timing for using the electronic devices will be informed by cabin attendant through the announcement. In addition, lavatory is equipped with shaver socket, while in-seat power supply and USB port are available for electronic equipment.
4. If cabin crew are unable to confirm that the cell phones condition is in non-communication function, in “Flight Mode” or suspected interfere with aircraft navigation, passenger shall follow cabin crew’s instruction to switch off the cell phone power.
For all CI / AE international flights.