5G Approvals Leave Gap In U.S. Regional Networks

United Express Embraer E-Jet
Even with FAA approvals in hand, Embraer’s E-Jets still face significant restrictions.
Credit: Joepriesaviation.net
Nearly the entire U.S. commercial air transport fleet has been approved to fly into airports flagged as possible risks due to newly deployed 5G services. But the aircraft missing partial or full approvals mean regional operators and the communities they serve at the mercy of poor weather and wet...

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