The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices are still banned from aircraft thanks to their potential to catch on fire, but the airlines are no longer required to make announcements about the fact.
The U.S. Department of Transportation says that the airlines can stop with “the specific pre-boarding notification” since most of the general public is fully aware of the issue by now.
Samsung has reported that 96 percent of the devices have been claimed from people who owned them, so there are also shouldn’t be a ton of them floating around at this point anyway. The ones that are still functioning have reportedly been replaced with a firmware that stops the battery issue.
In October the Galaxy Note 7’s were banned from flying in the cabin, cargo, or checked bags after several incidents where they caught on fire onboard flights.