A Guide to Turbulence

Have you ever been flying in any aircraft and experienced something akin to a jolt? It could also feel like a bump or a sudden rumble that doesn’t feel right? Well, in those cases, you are experiencing what a lot of people call turbulence.

To know what turbulence is, and why it occurs can be so crucial for people who want to try and remain calm and relaxed. It’s isn’t a worrying thing by any means, and so we thought that we would take a look at what it is for you here and now.

So, What is Turbulence?

 Let’s begin by taking a look at what turbulence is and why it occurs when you’re flying. When we talk about this phenomenon, we are referring to unstable air in the sky. It might be a pocket of hot air that reacts differently, or it might be down to high winds, but the fundamental principle remains the same.

Is Turbulence Dangerous?

 It is reasonably standard for a lot of people to worry about turbulence and think that it is going to cause them a lot of harm. However, this is very far from the truth.

You have to understand that nearly all planes are made to withstand incredible amounts of pressure and force. They have to pass numerous safety tests to make sure that they are safe, and that’s what a lot of people simply do not realise. They think that when you’re in a plane, even the slightest bit of turbulence will bring the whole thing down. This isn’t true. Your average pilot will see turbulence as being more of a minor inconvenience than anything else. It disrupts drinks and stops you from having a good time, but that is about all that it does thankfully.

Can Turbulence be Predicted?

Wouldn’t it be fantastic if we could predict where turbulence would appear and then avoid it? At the moment, it’s less of a science and more of a guessing game. The technology to track something like this is not available at the moment, which is a shame. However, people will find that well-trained pilots like ours will be more than capable of avoiding common areas where the turbulence is more likely to appear. On an interesting side note, a lot of people are making endeavours to create technology that can spot the turbulence ahead of time and warn pilots to stay away.

To summarise, turbulence can be a problem if you’re not ready to deal with it. However, if you are someone who is, you will find that it becomes less of an issue and more of an inconvenience. We are always ready for turbulence and we aren’t worried, which means that you have no need to be either. It’s important to trust your pilot, because they will have a lot of experience when it comes to navigating the air. Because we subject all of our vehicles to extreme testing before we let anyone up in the air, you can be assured that they are safe.