Most flights took off as planned amid 5G rollout

As 5G mobile phone service rolled out across the U.S. on Wednesday, the launch was delayed near some airports. The FAA says it will work to figure out if 5G signals will affect planes.
0:19 | 01/20/22

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- To the index of other news, the new 5G rollout across the country today. The launch delayed near some airports because of pushback from pilots and airlines. The vast majority of American flights taking off as planned because of that last-minute agreement to halt it near some airports. Some international flights to and from the US had been canceled already though, because of the uncertainty.

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