The Federal Communications Commission said on Thursday that it would consider changing its rules to permit the use of cellphones and other wireless-data devices during airline flights, The New York Times reported. The change is still months away, if approved, and would allow the use of cellphones once a plane climbed above 10,000 feet.

But many have voiced their opposition to it, including flight attendants, who said it would be both a nuisance and a safety hazard. Some flyers also aren’t happy and are voicing concerns about people talking on the phone for an entire flight.

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