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Pilots Say Turbulence Feels Worse than it is

Patrick Smith, a commercial airline pilot who flies Boeing 757 and 767, has noticed that flyers' number one anxiety is turbulence. So much about it seems dangerous. But Smith argues that from the perspective of the pilot, turbulence is often a mere blip. Smith writes:

For all intents and purposes, ...

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