Air India has been granted permission to operate the B777 in the United States by Boeing. Following that, the first flight to John F Kennedy (JFK) took off on Thursday morning. Air India has cancelled eight flights on the Indo-US routes as a result of the 5G rollout in North America, which began on Wednesday.
Air India shared information
Boeing has given the green light to operate the B777 in the United States during the 5G rollout, according to information shared by Air India. Following that, the first flight was dispatched. In addition, there are flights to Chicago and San Francisco that depart during the day. The issue of the B777 flying in the United States has now been resolved, according to an airline official. After receiving approval from the US authority, Air India has resumed B777 operations to the US today.
Flights had been cancelled in a number of countries.
Flights have been impacted significantly as a result of the 5G rollout in the United States. Many countries’ airlines, including India’s, had cancelled their flights. Major airline companies from a variety of countries, including Japan, Dubai, and the United Kingdom, are among them. Let us remind you that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently issued a warning that Boeing-777 aircraft could be affected by 5G. The Boeing 777 is the most popular aircraft.
Concerns among airline companies have grown.
Users will benefit from superfast connectivity thanks to the launch of 5G Internet in America. On the other hand, it has increased airline companies’ concerns. Many airlines have cancelled flights due to the dangers associated with the 5G network launching near US airports. As a result, the aviation industry in the United States is strongly opposed to it. As a result, Verizon and AT&T have temporarily postponed the launch of 5G services near the airport.