While the FAA was right to consider the impact of 5G on aircraft safety, the reality of the service’s rollout in Japan and Korea shows the risk it presents to airliners and passengers is non-existent, and commercial and aviation operations on the C-band spectrum can co-exist. Moreover, if 5G did pose a threat to aviation, we would have clear evidence of this from the countries that have already deployed 5G on a mass scale. Without clear evidence that 5G poses a threat to aircraft, the FAA is only endangering consumer welfare by denying consumers the opportunity to experience the full benefits of 5G technology.

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