The Federal Aviation Administration released a statement that approved nearly 80% of commercial flights in the U.S. to land in low visibility at airports with new 5G services.
Airlines’ concerns about 5G were ‘well known for years’ former FAA head
ABC News’ Linsey Davis speaks to Michael Huerta, former head of the Federal Aviation Administration, about aircraft safety concerns linked to 5G.
Why airline execs are worried 5G rollout could affect flights
ABC News National Transportation Correspondent Gio Benitez gives insight on how the rollout of a new 5G service could cause disruptions to the aviation industry.
Airlines Call For Immediate Intervention Ahead Of 5G Rollout
Airline and cargo carrier CEOs are warning of massive disruptions if the 5G rollout goes forward around the nation’s airports. The aviation industry is concerned that 5G will disrupt critical cockpit systems, while cell phone companies insist there is no risk to planes. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.
Urgent 5G warning
Airline CEOs are warning of a “catastrophic” aviation crisis beginning tomorrow when two cellular service providers roll out 5G wireless service. ABC News’ Alex Presha reports.