FAA Issues Airworthiness Directives To Protect Against 5G

Credit: NBAA
WASHINGTON—The FAA on Dec. 7 released airworthiness directives (AD) requiring operators of helicopters and passenger-carrying airplanes to prohibit certain operations requiring radio altimeter (RadAlt) data when in the presence of 5G wireless transmissions. AD 2021-23-12, which applies to transport-...

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