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After 5G delay, ANA and JAL to resume normal U.S. flights

Philippine Airlines also plans usual service as wireless companies pause rollout

A commercial aircraft approaches to land at San Diego International Airport.   © Reuters

NEW YORK/TOKYO -- Airlines that had canceled U.S. flights over concerns about interference from 5G wireless signals are returning to their usual schedules after AT&T and Verizon Communications agreed to delay the start of service near airports.

All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines are both set to resume normal flights Thursday, and Philippine Airlines said Wednesday that it plans to continue service as usual.

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