The 5G network is just around the corner as everyone waits for it. The new companies will launch the 5G network this year itself. This is a step forward in the technology, of course, but some airlines are going to be facing some problems because of the 5G network.
They are saying that it will be absolute chaos for the airline’s business and the system as a whole. That is a bit confusing to know. They think that this might be caused by the 5G towers that will probably interfere with the airplane equipment. This can cause a lot of problems for the people.
“Unless our major hubs are cleared to fly, the vast majority of the traveling and the shipping public will essentially be grounded,” the letter said. “Immediate intervention is needed to avoid significant operational disruption to air passengers, shippers, supply chain, and delivery of needed medical supplies.”
There might be a possible solution to this. The companies should prevent the installation of the towers within a 2-mile radius of the airport runways. That is going to be really the only clear solution to all this that we have now. So people are looking into it. Let us see.
The letter had been very clear about it, and they have said that the issue could “potentially strand tens of thousands of Americans overseas,” this is the current situation that we have now. This can really be causing a lot of problems for the people.
The White House had multiple opportunities to take a stand in favour of the evidence.
After several airlines cancelled or delayed flights into and out of the United States due to concerns that the technology would disrupt aircraft instruments, FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, who was appointed by President Trump, released a statement on Wednesday blaming the Biden administration for the chaotic rollout of Verizon and AT&T’s 5G wireless.
This is an obvious leadership blunder. The White House had multiple opportunities to take a stand in favour of the evidence. “They didn’t,” Mr. Carr stated.
After the Federal Aviation Administration voiced worries about 5G wireless towers near airports, major international airlines began cancelling flights to the United States.
Airlines for America, a trade group, put pressure on the Biden administration over the “catastrophic disruption” caused by the planned launch on January 19. In response, Emirates, Air India, Japan Airlines, and All Nippon Airways stated they would cancel flights.
Emirates has temporarily stopped service to nine airports: Boston, Chicago O’Hare, Dallas Fort Worth, George Bush Intercontinental in Houston, Miami, Newark, Orlando, San Francisco, and Seattle.
The FAA has warned that interference from the high-speed 5G internet’s use of so-called C-band frequencies could affect sensitive aeroplane instruments like altimeters and significantly hinder low-visibility operations.
That’s all that we have for now. We will keep you updated on the news. So keep your eyes on there, on the news. Take care of yourself.