Study predicts North Atlantic flights will get more turbulent

A university level study on aviation turbulence trends has found that both the frequency and intensity of turbulence experienced by aircraft crossing the North Atlantic will increase significantly by the middle of the century. The study, conducted by Paul Williams from the University of Reading and...

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