Freedom from turbulence and fear

More than a year ago I was on a flight in a small airplane that had to divert to another airport for landing because of bad weather. We hit turbulence so noticeable that everything in the cup holders flew up into the air. The pilots landed the plane safely and apologized for the rough ride, but it left me with very uncertain feelings about flying.

Fast forward about a year, and again I was flying, this time on a commercial airliner, from New York to Los Angeles. Before the cabin door was even shut, the flight crew warned of rough weather ahead. The pilot announced more than once that when we reached Indianapolis, we could expect to hit turbulence for at least an hour. 

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