Domestic Flights Within Japan
（Flight number IJ/Japan）
There are restrictions on the use of electronic devices on board, including while on the ground, because it may affect flight safety.
A public notice issued by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism prohibits by law the use of restricted electronic devices on board. Violations may result in a fine of up to 500,000 yen. Check herefor details.
Information about the use of electronic devices
The use of electronic devices between the time of departure and arrival is shown below.
（A）Devices that emit radio waves when activated
（B）Devices that do not emit radio waves when activated.
※Wireless mouse, headphones and devices which may communicate wirelessly with other devices such as Bluetooth can be used.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Q1. Is the use of electronic devices restricted only during flight?
A. Restrictions on the use of electronic devices on board vary depending on the type of electronic device. Check here for details.
Please note that the use of electronic devices on board may interfere with flight safety, so there are restrictions on their use, including while on the ground, according to the public notice issued by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. Violations may result in a fine of up to 500,000 yen.
- Q2. Are there any electronic devices with usage restrictions other than mobile phones?
A. Other than mobile phones, there are restrictions on the use of PHS, walkie-talkies, radio-controlled toys, electronic game machines, wireless headphones, wireless earphones, wireless microphones and wireless IC tags. Be sure to set your device to airplane mode so that radio waves are not emitted during taxiing, throughout the flight, or descending until you are informed by the cabin attendant after landing that it is safe to use all electronic devices.
- Q3. Can I turn off airplane mode immediately after landing?
A. After landing, the cabin attendant will inform passengers on the use of electronic devices. Please follow their instructions.