Atlanta, GA (NNCNOW.com) - The CEO of Delta Airlines say "no calls on our planes."
As the Federal Communications Commission considers lifting its ban on voice calls on planes, Delta Air Lines CEO, Richard Anderson says Delta will not allow passengers to make voice calls from its planes.
Delta surveyed customers last year and found the majority feel the ability to make voice calls during flights would make their experience worse, not better.
Delta employees, especially in-flight crews, are against allowing calls during flights, according to Anderson.
The Transportation Department is thinking about instituting its own ban on in flight calls.