IATA is concerned that airlines in the US could face new disruptions and problems next year caused by 5G. A mandate to upgrade radio-altimeters to FAA-approved systems in July 2023 is prepared badly, which could result in problems identical to those in January at the...
There is no quick solution to the restrictions that airlines in the US are faced with because of the 5G C-band issues. It could take a couple of years until radio altimeters that fully comply with 5G are available and the current operational restrictions can be...
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker and United’s Scott Kirby are happy that aircraft manufacturers and providers of onboard systems are now finally talking directly with 5G companies in the US about solving the safety concerns. But it makes him sad that there had...
The aviation concerns over the 5G cellular telephone equipment rollout in the United States have once again caused an eleventh-hour delay in activating the system, originally scheduled for this morning. Concerns center on potential interference with radar altimeters,...
UPDATE – Chief executive officers of eleven US airlines urgently request to exclude airports and a two mile-zone around them of any communication systems using 5G. They fear safety issues and severe travel disruptions if 5G is implemented on January 19, they say...
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