can you bring a pc on a plane
Can you bring a computer on a plane? If you’re like me, you may think you can’t bring one on a plane, but with a decent sized desk and a bunch of free space on the plane, you should be able to work your way through the airport and out of the building! At least, that’s what I would do.
Yes you can get on a plane, but the rules on bringing a computer on a plane are pretty strict. For one, you need to be seated at least 30 minutes before you can even get to the boarding gate. And then you need to have the computer in a computerized case in the cabin of the plane. That means a lot of your clothes have to be folded and packed. Also, you need to be at least 1,000 feet away from the plane.
It’s even worse for the computer case. You can’t just unplug the computer and leave it there. Also, it takes a certain amount of time for the computer to rewire itself, and that can’t happen if you’re already 30 minutes into your flight. Oh, and if you’re going to bring a laptop, make sure it can be operated by a wireless mouse and keyboard.
Ok, maybe it can be done. All you need to do is make sure that the laptop is properly powered up and that it has a power adapter plugged in so that it can be powered by the plane’s electrical outlet. Make sure you bring a charger so that you can recharge the laptop at the airport.
Not only does it make sense to bring a laptop on a plane, it is also a good idea to bring a charger so that you can recharge it at the airport. It will be even better if you make sure to bring the laptop with enough power to run the airline’s wireless airport Wi-Fi hotspot. Just sayin’.
Of course, before you even think about bringing a laptop, make sure that you purchase the right type of power adapter. There are different types of adapters that you need depending on what kind of laptop you plan to bring on a plane. If you’re bringing a very old laptop that only has enough power to run the airport Wi-Fi hotspot, you will probably need an adapter that is rated for the airplane’s power outlet.
Also, be sure to bring your own power adapter. There are power adapter types that are only for laptops that can only be used at a certain airport.
Another thing to note: If you plan to bring a laptop on a plane, make sure that you buy an adapter that fits the power outlet that the airplane’s power outlet has. If you go to a different airport, you will have to buy a different adapter.
Yeah, but in case you’re wondering, I got the answer to that one in the comments. I was just wondering if anyone knew why they would need an adapter for the power outlet on an airplane.
Air travel is one of the biggest industries in the world, so it’s no surprise that there are adapters for all kinds of different power outlets. But there are really two different types of adapters that you need to buy. If you have one of the “bigger” (and expensive) adapters that you can go through the airport security check, there’s a good chance you’ll have one of the smaller adapters that you can carry on board.