You no longer have to turn off your devices GOL is the first Brazilian airline to allow passengers to use portable electronic devices on its aircraft. See the rules to make the most of your flight: Laptops During landings and takeoffs, laptops and portable DVD players that do not fit in the backseat pocket must be stored in an overhead compartment or in a bag under the seat. If these devices are not properly stowed away, they may move or fall during the flight and cause injury to passengers. Tablets and smartphones Tablets, e-readers, smartphones, MP3 players and videogames may used in airplane mode during the flight, including take-off and landing. Mobile phones Passengers may make phone calls and send text messages or e-mails before take-off and after landing. Bluetooth Passengers may make phone calls and send text messages or e-mails before take-off and after landing. The following electronic equipment may not be used on the aircraft: AM/FM transmitters and receivers (including televisions and radios). Remote control equipment. E-cigarettes, e-pipes and e-cigars. Wireless mice. Radio-controlled toys VHF scanners/receivers. Two-way communication equipment (unless the transmission function is disabled), amateur transmitters, two-way radios or walkie-talkies.