Washington: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will take additional precautions on Friday when Boeing 787 operators land on wet or snow-covered runways at airports where new radio services will be rolled out starting next week. Announced that it will require you to take action.
According to FAA, 5G interference will prevent the engine and braking system from entering landing mode, preventing the aircraft from stopping on the runway.
The directive requires crew members to “be aware of this risk and adopt specific safety procedures when landing on these runways.” This affects 137 aircraft in the United States and 1,010 aircraft around the world.
AT & T and Verizon won almost all C-band spectra at a $ 80 billion auction on January 3, last year, and agreed on a buffer zone around 50 airports to reduce the risk of interference. We also agreed to delay the deployment by two weeks.
The FAA Directive prohibits operators from dispatching or releasing the 787 “at affected airports if certain braking and non-slip functions of the aircraft do not work.”
Boeing did not comment immediately.
The FAA will also elaborate on “alternative” compliance for certain types of planes and some airports by Wednesday.
On Thursday, the FAA issued approximately 1,500 notices detailing the extent of the potential impact of 5G services.
The notice states that “aircraft that have not been tested for altimeters, or that need to be modified or replaced, will not be able to make poor visibility landings where 5G is deployed.”
On January 7, FAA unveiled 50 US airports with 5G buffer zones, including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Detroit, Dallas, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Miami.
On Thursday, Airports Council International – North America urged delaying the implementation of 5G to avoid widespread disruption across the US air transport system.
“More than 100 airports and heliports within 46 of the country’s largest metropolitan area will close poor visibility entry procedures due to the potential for radio frequencies,” said the Airport Trade Group.
US FAA needs to pay attention to the landing of the Boeing 787 after the launch of the new 5G
Source link US FAA needs to pay attention to the landing of the Boeing 787 after the launch of the new 5G