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“US helicopter fleets nationwide might be grounded next week when 5G towers are switched on.”

by B.N. Frank


American opposition to 5G technology has been ongoing for years due to various significant risks associated with it including aviation safety risks.  In December 2021, AT&T and Verizon agreed to delay expansion until January 5 due to warnings (see 12).  Airlines, the Federal Aviation Association (FAA), and transportation secretary, Pete Buttigieg asked for more time.  The telecoms originally rejected their request but then agreed to delay the rollout until January 19 and also create 5G “buffer zones” at some (but not all) airports.  That still may not be enough for helicopter operators though…


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