Articles tagged “5G wireless”

Airline Weekly

The U.S. Airline Industry’s 5G Crisis That Probably Wasn’t

AT&T and Verizon last week agreed on Tuesday to delay the rollout of their 5G wireless networks at several U.S. airports to give the FAA and airlines more time to determine if the networks will hinder landing at more than 50 airports. Was it really an issue?

The U.S. Airline Industry’s 5G Crisis That Probably Wasn’t

Airline Weekly

AT&T, Verizon Delay 5G Rollout as Global Airlines Suspend U.S. Flights

Crisis averted — for now — with AT&T and Verizon agreeing to delay launching their controversial, planned 5G wireless networks. Without the delay, airlines warned of massive delays at most of the largest airports in the U.S.

AT&T, Verizon Delay 5G Rollout as Global Airlines Suspend U.S. Flights

Airlines

U.S. Airline CEOs Sound Alarm of an Impending 5G Crisis

Chief executives on Monday cautioned that the "vast majority of the traveling and shipping public will essentially be grounded" if 5G wireless technology is allowed to roll out this week. Not exactly what flyers needed to hear after two years of traveling tumult.

U.S. Airline CEOs Sound Alarm of an Impending 5G Crisis

Airlines

FAA Names 50 U.S. Airports That Will Have 5G Buffer Zones

At issue is potential interference from high-speed wireless service, known as 5G, with the equipment that airplanes use for take-offs and landings. Both telecoms and airlines seek a compromise on where telecoms will deploy 5G.

FAA Names 50 U.S. Airports That Will Have 5G Buffer Zones

Airlines

Expect More Flight Diversions From 5G Wireless Risks, FAA Warns

More headaches for an industry that just wants to get back to some kind of normal.

Expect More Flight Diversions From 5G Wireless Risks, FAA Warns