Cabin Chaos Triggers Turbulence Planning Overhaul

A 2014 run-in with a type of severe turbulence that can be forecast but not detected by weather radar—clear air turbulence (CAT)—led to a host of changes in the way American Airlines handles certain foreign flights. It also could lead to further upgrades to equipment and/or procedures when a...

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