Verizon and AT&T are delaying the release of 5G near other airports in the US following a counter-warning

In a recent development, Verizon and AT&T have reduced their 5G operations around other airports after major US airline executives warned of “serious disruptions” starting this week.

According to pilots, the new C-Band 5G function could make many aircraft unused, adds Reuter.

“Unless our major airports are designed to fly, most travelers and sailors will stop,” he wrote in his first letter to American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and others. was reported by Reuters.

The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) has warned that network interference could affect aircraft equipment, including altimeters, and severely disrupt visually impaired operations.

“This means that on a day like yesterday, more than 1,100 flights and 100,000 passengers will be suspended, delayed, or delayed,” the letter warned.

“With the restrictions imposed on selected airports, transportation companies are preparing for a disruption of operations. We hope to be able to work in all factories and with the government to achieve solutions that reduce as many problems as possible,” aircraft manufacturer Boeing said Monday.

As a result, telecommunication carriers have voluntarily offered to delay 5G transmission by two weeks and ban their antenna operations in areas near major airports where interference could cause serious disruption.

The FAA, working with a team of airlines and wireless companies, has set up 50 airports with wireless transmitters near the runway.

Verizon on their official page is mentioned,

As wireless leaders in the country, we have voluntarily decided to reduce our 5G network around airports. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and our airlines have not been able to completely eliminate 5G traffic around airports, although it is safe and effective in more than 40 countries. wireless, plus significant benefits to our country.

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