According to the FAA, inflight cabin safety means protecting against “fire, turbulence, decompression and the means to address medical emergencies.” Quite a catalogue of woe. Of those threats, turbulence is best countered by the pilots since, with ATC’s blessing, they climb or descend to lessen the...
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