In the past days Samsung ordered a global recall of the jumbo phones after its investigation of explosion reports found the rechargeable lithium batteries were at fault. A such incident, if occurs, may be extremely dangerous for an aircraft. The Note 7 isn’t the only gadget to catch fire thanks to lithium-battery problems, which have afflicted everything from laptops to Tesla cars to Boeing’s 787 jetliner. Earlier this year, the International Civil Aviation Organization banned bulk shipments of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries as cargo on passenger planes until better packaging can be developed to prevent a fire from spreading. Another product which previously was worldwide banned for flights because the high risk to caught on fire was the hoverboards.