In this Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016 file photo, a Qantas jet taxis on the runway at Sydney Airport in Sydney, Australia. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith, File)
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Australian carrier Qantas has warned of the danger of mobile phones being crushed in reclinable plane seats and catching fire after one ignited during a U.S. flight, according to a safety report Wednesday.The findings came just weeks after Qantas and domestic competitor Virgin Australia, as well as other international airlines, told customers not to use or charge Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 during flights after faulty lithium-ion batteries in the new smartphone caused some handsets to explode.
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