Rain and Wind in the Northeast

Rain and Wind in the Northeast are causing areas of light to moderate turbulence for aircraft departing, or transitioning through the Northeast. So what does this mean for the fearful flyer? Yes, unfortunately, this does mean an increase in the likelihood of turbulence. With over 90% of all fearful flyers having a fear of turbulence, this will likely increase the amount of anxiety before and during your flight. Pilots will do everything in their power to avoid turbulence, however, if it can’t be avoided, we will always attempt to make the level of “bumps” minimal. If you are flying today in to or out of the Northeast, be sure to take advantage of the free Turbulence Forecast courtesy of FlyHome

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