WASHINGTON—Taiwan’s Aviation Safety Council (ASC) is calling on the country’s aviation regulator to evaluate the risks of passengers using lithium-ion power banks to recharge their portable electronic devices (PEDs) while onboard an aircraft. Lithium-ion battery-powered PEDs and their power banks are increasingly the cause of concern to airlines given the growing number of the devices each passenger carries on board.  The ASC’s request is part of a final report ...

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