Every time I turn off airplane mode on my laptop (running Debian Stretch RC with Gnome 3.22), Bluetooth gets turned on along with WiFi, even though it was off when airplane mode was activated (I have Bluetooth turned off at all times, except when I manually turn it on when I need it, which happens once a month at best).
Is there any way to prevent Bluetooth from turning on when I switch the airplane mode off?
Also, I don't want to completely disable Bluetooth-related modules or services, because I want to keep enabling Bluetooth user friendly, i.e. just click "On" in Settings menu rather than look up which services to start.
To be clear, I'm not asking how to disable Bluetooth at login/startup, this is already taken care of. I need it to not turn back on when I deactivate airplane mode.