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Ryanair turbulence injury final report: it comes with the job

Back in October 2019, Ryanair-operated flight from Birmingham (BHZ), UK, to Malta (MLA) encountered severe turbulence, which left one cabin crew member with a serious leg injury. Now, Ireland’s Air Accident Investigation Unit has released a final report into the incident, finding that no one was at blame in a given situation. The flight attendant's injury just came with the job....


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Air Canada severe turbulence incident: final report released

Canadian authorities finish the investigation of the Air Canada severe turbulence incident during which 37 people were injured in July 2019....


Clement Charpentreau

Aerolinas Argentinas A330 hit by turbulence, 15 people injured

An Aerolineas Argentinas Airbus A330-200, registered as LV-FNK and performing flight AR-1303 from Miami International Airport (MIA), United States, to Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE) in Argentina, was five hours into its flight when it encountered severe turbulences that left 15 people injured....


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Speed bumps in the sky: minimizing turbulence

Turbulence is one of the most talked about elements of flying among passengers. But for cabin crew and pilots, it is simply part of the job and certainly not something to fear (provided you are buckled up). Here are some facts about turbulence and how to manage it, plus an interview with Qantas Airways’ Chief Technical Pilot, Alex Passerini, about what he has experienced in more than 20 years of flying....