U.S. FAA requires precautions for some Boeing 787 landings after new 5G launches

1/15/2022 12:20:00 AM

U.S. FAA requires precautions for some Boeing 787 landings after new 5G launches

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U.S. FAA requires precautions for some Boeing 787 landings after new 5G launches

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Friday it will require operators of Boeing 787s to take additional precautions when landing on wet or snowy runways at airports where new wireless services are deployed from next week.

, which won nearly all of the C-Band spectrum in an $80 billion auction last year, on Jan. 3 agreed to buffer zones around 50 airports to reduce interference risks. They also agreed to delay deployment for two weeks.The FAA directive prohibits operators from dispatching or releasing 787s "to affected airports when certain braking and anti-skid functions on the airplane are inoperable."

Boeing did not immediately comment.The FAA is also expected to detail "alternative" compliance for some specific airplane types and some airports before Wednesday.The FAA on Thursday issued nearly 1,500 notices detailing the extent of potential impact of 5G services.

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(VZ.As AT&T and Verizon prepare to roll out their new midband 5G spectrum this month, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has published a list of 50 U.About 43 of the reported cases were mask-related incidents, according to the FAA's latest figures.More News Videos A Delta flight headed to Los Angeles from Washington D.

N) , which won nearly all of the C-Band spectrum in an $80 billion auction last year, on Jan. 3 agreed to buffer zones around 50 airports to reduce interference risks. airports that the faster 5G coverage won’t be coming to — at least not right away. They also agreed to delay deployment for two weeks. 24, 2021. The FAA directive prohibits operators from dispatching or releasing 787s "to affected airports when certain braking and anti-skid functions on the airplane are inoperable. While AT&T hasn’t yet outlined its specific plans for the new spectrum, Verizon has promised to use it to expand its 5G Ultra Wideband network to more than 100 million new customers across the U." Boeing did not immediately comment. Nelson, international president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, is painfully aware of what airline crew members continue to face.

The FAA is also expected to detail "alternative" compliance for some specific airplane types and some airports before Wednesday. In the face of concerns that the new frequencies could interfere with important aviation instruments such as radar altimeters, both carriers agreed to delay the rollout of the new C-band spectrum into early 2022, while also proposing power limits that would lower the signal strength near airports.  To try and quell the number of disruptions on flights, which spiked in January 2021, FAA Administrator Steve Dickson signed  directing stricter penalties for passengers who assault, threaten, intimidate or interfere with crew members. The FAA on Thursday issued nearly 1,500 notices detailing the extent of potential impact of 5G services. The notices show where "aircraft with untested altimeters or that need retrofitting or replacement will be unable to perform low-visibility landings where 5G is deployed.S." On Jan. However, if a passenger commits multiple violations, they can face an even higher penalty. 7, the FAA disclosed the 50 U. In a joint letter last week, both CEOs then declared that these precautions should be more than sufficient, and emphasized that they wouldn’t entertain any more requests to delay their rollouts beyond January 5. But a sharp uptick in unruly passenger behavior in late 2020 spurred the agency to begin tracking the reports in 2021.

S. airports that will have 5G buffer zones, including in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Detroit, Dallas, Philadelphia, Seattle and Miami.S. On Thursday, Airports Council International – North America urged a delay 5G implementation to avoid widespread disruption across the U.S air transportation system. Where are the exclusion zones? Now, the FAA has selected 50 specific airports where midband 5G spectrum won’t be deployed. "More than 100 airports and heliports within 46 of the largest metropolitan areas of the country will have their low visibility approach procedures closed due to potential radio frequency," the airport trade group said. "Our work is having an impact and the trend is moving in the right direction.

Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.S.com Register Reporting by David Shepardson; editing by Diane Craft and John Stonestreet Our Standards: More from Reuters Daily Briefing Subscribe to our daily curated newsletter to receive the latest exclusive Reuters coverage delivered to your inbox. Sign up . The exclusion zone list also includes all the biggest U.