Business aviation operators and airlines alike face a quandary when dealing with a thermal runaway of lithium-ion-powered electronic devices like mobile phones, laptops, tablets, wireless headphones, power banks (external charging batteries), electronic cigarettes/vaping devices, and the like. On one hand, the aviation safety and fire suppression industries have responded with various containment devices, the most common being fireproof bags, some containing fire-suppression compounds, into ...

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