Article 12: Conduct on board of the aircraft
a) If, in Carrier's reasonable opinion, passenger conducts himself aboard the aircraft so as to endanger the aircraft, or any person or property on board, or obstructs the crew in the performance of their duties, or fails to comply with instruction of the crew, including, but not limited to those with respect to smoking, alcohol or drug consumption, or behaves in a manner which causes discomfort, inconvenience, damage or injury to other passengers or the crew, Carrier may take such measures as it deems reasonably necessary to prevent continuation of such conduct, including restraint. Passenger may be disembarked and refused onward carriage at any point, and may be prosecuted for offences committed on board the aircraft.
b) For safety reasons, Carrier may forbid or limit operation aboard the aircraft of electronic equipment, including but not limited to cellular telephones, laptop computers, portable recorders, CD players, portable radios, electronic games or transmitting devices, radio controlled toys and walkie-talkies.
Operation of hearing aids and heart pacemakers is permitted.