Monitoring the first impact of the deployment of 5G networks on aircraft

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The administration explained that the increase in approvals granted to aircraft Boeing and Airbus Means the possibility of a decline of 62% of American commercial aircraft Because bad weather At some airports, up from 45 percent earlier.

And canceled a large number of global airlines flights to United State Or he changed the type of aircraft used on those flights due to concerns about interference between the strong signals emitted by the fifth generation network deployment, which began on Wednesday, and aircraft systems.

AT agreed. And T and Verizon, on Tuesday evening, to delay the operation of some new wireless communication towers near major airports as they operate the new fifth generation C-Band service.

and agreed Federal Aviation Administration Until Wednesday morning, the planes landed, which use 5 types of altimeters in bad weather.

American Airlines said it had seen “little operational impact”, including some delays and four cancellations as a result of the new 5G service.

United Airlines said it expected “a few disruptions at some airports”.

The Aviation Administration warned that despite the approvals it had issued, “flights at some airports may be affected.”

Earlier, Emirates Airlines, the largest international passenger airline in the world and the largest operator of the Boeing 777, criticized the “mixed messages”, announcing the suspension of its flights to 9 American destinations.





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