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Why airline passengers might see more frequent turbulence

A few incidents this summer highlight one kind of unpleasant experience some end up having on airplanes: tubulence. And these kinds of incidents like that might be getting more common, a union representing flight attendants is warning — thanks to climate change. Here's more.

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    Airline passengers might need to brace for more turbulence, as climate change increases severe weather

    Airline passengers might need to brace for more turbulence, as climate change increases severe weather

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    CBS News - By Gina Martinez

    Turbulence, which causes planes to suddenly jolt while in flight, is considered a fairly normal occurrence and nothing to fear.

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