Airlines declare 5G technology a threat to aircraft

Airlines declare 5G technology a threat to aircraft

Major US airlines have declared 5G wireless technology a threat to aircraft. The trade group of American Airlines says that if the guidelines of the new US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are observed, it clearly states that wireless transmission of aircraft with 5G technology in 2019. As a result, about 345,000 passenger flights, 32 million passenger and 5,400 cargo flights were delayed, rerouted or delayed.


US airlines say AT&T and Verizon Communications have been licensed to use spectrum services for 5G wireless communications, affecting the aviation industry and delaying flights. The loss could be as much as 6 1.6 billion a year. According to new guidelines issued by the FAA last week, 5G wireless spectrum may require a change of flight routes. Aviation experts say that in November, the two companies agreed to postpone the commercial launch of C-band wireless services until January 5, 2022, but they are not serious about postponing it further because they have acquired this spectrum. Has paid 80 80 billion to do so. However, it poses a threat to the aviation industry. AT&T and Verizon have not yet commented on the airlines’ concerns.

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