The Reason Why Your Flights Might Be More Turbulent Than Usual

Recently, quite a few flights around the U.S. have left passengers feeling nauseated, to say the least, due to intense turbulence. While frequent flyers may deal with some turbulence every now and then, studies are showing that this not-so-rare occurrence may only continue to increase over upcoming years.

Generally speaking, most of the turbulence that passengers experience on a flight is in relation to seasonal weather patterns, jet streams or from flying over mountain ranges or large structures. But recently, the frequency of turbulent flights leaves people wondering if this could be caused by something else.

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