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FAA requires new precautions for some Boeing 787 landings after new 5G launches -Breaking


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: As U.S. Telecommunications companies, airlines and FAA continue to debate the impact of 5G on electronic systems in aircraft, San Diego, California (USA), U.S.), FILEPHOTO: An aircraft approaching San Diego International Airport.

WASHINGTON (Reuters] – Starting next week, the Federal Aviation Administration will ask Boeing (NYSE) 787 pilots to use extra precautions for landings on snowy or wet runways.

According to the FAA, 5G interference can prevent engines and brake systems from switching to landing mode. This could lead an aircraft not being able stop on the runway. Crews must be “aware of the risk” and follow specific safety protocols when landing on runways with 5G interference. The directive applies to 137 U.S.-based aircraft, and 10.010 globally. 

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