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Charging a laptop on 15 hour flights?

Charging a laptop on 15 hour flights?

  1. Anonymous

    Can you give advice on how to charge & power a laptop on long-haul 15 hour flights? Specifically from Taipei/Tokyo/Seoul to North America?

    Does the power onboard, say, a Boeing 777-300ER, have enough juice to charge at least a 15″ laptop?

    Any other good advice?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Many airplanes have regular 110v or 220v outlets, especially in premium cabins. Just be sure you have plug adapters with you.

  3. David W

    It also depends on the airline and cabin class. Not all airlines will have power, and ones that do may not have it at each seat. For example, I think some of Cathay’s 77Ws in economy have 2 outlets for each set of 3 seats.

    Most airlines that do have power at each seat in premium cabins usually have international style plugs that’s more than enough to power a laptop.

  4. wilve

    I’ve had problems from a lot of Economy outlets that work but won’t charge my laptop. Meanwhile, the premium cabin ones have always worked for me

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