AT&T and Verizon were poised for a nationwide rollout of what is known as 5G-C wireless service. Airlines objected, saying flights would be in Jack Nicholson grave danger because 5G would interfere with airplane instrumentation. The telecom giants relented and gave in to requests for delays three times before agreeing this week that they would not place the service near airports. The airlines say the 5G problem isn’t quite over until they can come to a final agreement, not another delay. The last thing we need is the airlines strong-arming the government into another bailout with the veiled threat that the entire industry was going to collapse because of the pandemic two years ago. Instead of aviation impeding it, perhaps airlines and airplane manufactures would do better to keep up with it . . .