An October 2012 survey shows that most air travelers do not want voice calls to be allowed during flights.
The survey of 710 respondents by UK-based Corporate Traveller showed that 88 percent of the participants wanted mobile phones to be used only for silent activities such as texting, emails and web browsing.
Many airlines across the world have enabled in-flight mobile phone calling services.
Virgin Atlantic introduced mobile voice calls for London to New York passengers on its new A330 aircraft in May 2012.
Emirates started in-flight communications services for mobile users on its A380 aircraft in early October.
How would you vote – to allow in-flight voice calls or not?