Actually I want to know whether keypad phones are allowed to carry in flights and how many phones are allowed in a flight. Which bag are they allowed in: cabin bag or check-in luggage?

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    What is a 'keypad phone'? You mean a non-touchscreen phone? – Johns-305 Oct 23 '17 at 13:46
  • Where are you flying from and to? Are you flying Air India or Turkish Airlines? – Robert Columbia Oct 23 '17 at 13:50
  • Have you considered the possibility that they may be allowed in the flight but forbidden by customs? – phoog Oct 23 '17 at 14:18
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    Do you basically mean a mobile that is not a smartphone? – skymningen Oct 23 '17 at 14:54
  • M flying air india to turkish airlines nd yeah u can also call the mobile which is not really smartphone actually i want to carry them and i also carry two more phones is this possible?? – Preet Oct 25 '17 at 7:17

There are two factors:

  • radio transmit/emission (e.g. to (try to) connect to mobile network). This doesn't depend on the type of phone (but if it transmit on non standard frequencies), but on the airplane. You should check your airline website, to see if your plane has micro cell for phones (usually it is advertised). Note: you cannot use them below height (from ground) 3000m (10000 feet)

  • batteries: Rechargeable batteries could be an hazard, so it is better to have in hand baggage (not in checked baggage). Some batteries are forbidden in checked baggage, so better to be in the safer side, if you are not an expert on batteries type and battery capacity.

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