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Delta flight ‘did nose dive, twice,’ makes emergency landing amid turbulence that sent 3 to hospital: report

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A Delta Air Lines flight-- operated by Compass Airlines-- from Southern California to Seattle was forced to make an emergency landing in Nevada Wednesday after hitting "severe turbulence" that caused a chaotic scene on board and sent three people to the hospital. (www.foxnews.com) 기타...

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themold
themold 7
CAT is a fact of flight. Never know when it will occur. Keep your seat belt fastened at all times.
Cansojr
Cansojr 9
There are just some days when you don't really want to go flying through that stuff. Dispatchers do their very best to keep you out of the bumps, but sometimes you can't predict where they are going to be the lightest. The meteorologists can't nail areas of turbulence down with perfect accuracy.
scott8733
A long time ago, after experiencing severe turbulence, the fellow to my left told me "kid, most days the drinks are stirred. Today, they'll be shaken" .
tamjam75
Hey y'all I just love reading comments on this site...I am old, salute to all the brave and talented pilots and support people in the profession. Dad would be 92 on March 6th 2019 if he was still kickin. He served in the USMC and finally got his private license after learning on a seaplane way back. He was blind in one eye but it did not stop him from flying private. He got his Cessna and kept it at Orlando Executive Airport (Herndon) but only got to fly for a few years. I miss you Dad. Happy Birthday.

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Cansojr
Cansojr -6
The worst part is if you get sand in your eyes during the bumps. Yeah that's a real blast of fun (sic).

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Cansojr
Cansojr 0
You really are a child aren't you!
djjamar
Looks like it happen right over the Sierra Nevada mountains. Every pilot out west knows about mountain waves, rotor clouds and all the hazards flying over the Sierras in any weather. Steve fossit died in the Sierras and plenty more pilots. I believe it’s a plane still atop mount Whitney the tallest mountain in the US
MSUSparty
There was Sigmet for Turbulence all over the West and also a Convective Sigmet for No Cal and Nevada. This guy was in the middle of both. There were some smppther rides over the Pacific but ATC wasn't allowing all the northbound flights over there.
sgbelverta
People could have done without their Cokes and snacks, especially since I'm assuming the seat belt sign was on and a visit to the loo wasn't possible.
CHBHA
CB HARDY 1
Are people ever going to learn to keep their seatbelts on?
Bobqat
Seatbelt sign was lit; FAs and woman and her baby in the loo were the poor folks that got to play vomit comet.
Cansojr
Cansojr 1
yoninovick
At literally around the very same time, the very same thing happened on a flight to Israel: https://www.timesofisrael.com/five-injured-as-plane-hits-heavy-turbulence-en-route-to-israel/ Another reminder to always keep your seat belt on at all times. Those buckled in were uninjured.
vulcancruiser
Thank God for all those apparent snowflakes here who don't know what PIREPS are for.....lol
paulgilpin1953
oh, but those NASA videos about weightless flight testing are soooooooooo much fun!!!!!!!!!!!

free beer!!
Cansojr
Cansojr 4
How does free beer and a weightlessness comport with turbulence unless some people relish barfing all over themselves and seatmates.

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btweston
btweston -7
What do you know about what the cockpit crew knew?

You really are a douchebag.
Cansojr
Cansojr 0
AGREED!
Cansojr
Cansojr 1
Be careful what you say a lot of participants are pilots. I am retired from flying Boeing 767-300 air cargo all over the world. I couldn't agree with your accurate assessment "(linbb)" any better than anyone else on the site
mariofer
mariofer -1
And are well on his way to have another of your comments downvoted. Maybe he is going after some type of a record?

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Pilot2sky
Taylor you're really hung up on these pireps. At the time there wasn't so many and ATC was reporting light chop. Take a seat you weren't there.

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Pilot2sky
Must be nice to have all these resources available to you after the fact.. maybe spend more time actually flying and less time at your desk. These are professional pilots and dispatchers that their sole job is to provide safety. You can not tell me they just let them fly though it. Pilots at the time were just saying light-mod chop on freq. Trust me. I was there.

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Cansojr
Cansojr 4
GREAT SQUAWK TAYLOR. You may not get all the thumbs up. YOU NAILED IT. NICELY DONE!
Cansojr
Cansojr 1
YOU SIR ARE EITHER BLIND, STUPID OR BOTH. YOU CANNOT PREDICT SEVERE TURBULENCE WITH ANY MEASURE OF ACCURACY. I SAT ON MY ASS FOR MORE THAN 14,000 HOURS TRYING TO AVOID IT. YOU SIT ON YOUR ASS LIKE A KNOW IT ALL AIR MARSHAL. GET OFF YOUR ASS AND LEARN TO FLY OR GLIDE. I WOULD RECOMMEND A TAIL DRAGGER FOR AN ACE LIKE YOU. HAPPY TRAILS ACE!

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Highflyer1950
Unfortunately, weather is not as widely taught or understood as it once was! Sigmets, Prog charts, Sfc Analysis plus a myriad of others including paying attention to the shear on the flight plan printout dosen't get the attention from training organizations that it should. Including mountain flying because it’s a whole different ball game than in the mid-continent regions. just my two cents worth.
Cansojr
Cansojr 0
I know a lady who was a F/A on a Boeing 757. She was severely hurt with a spinal compression when their CANADA 3000 was coming out of Mexico City and was pasted on the ceiling before being slammed to the floor. She has never flown since because of chronic PTSD. Before you couldn't get her off the aircraft. She was assigned to a Boeing 757's because she speaks 4 languages.
She has had therapy but refuses to fly because of her spinal injury.
Cansojr
Cansojr -5
I know a lady who was a F/A on a Boeing 757. She was severely hurt with a spinal compression when their CANADA 3000 was coming out of Mexico City and was pasted on the ceiling before being slammed to the floor. She has never flown since because of chronic PTSD. Before you couldn't get her off the aircraft. She was assigned to a Boeing 757's because she speaks 4 languages.
She has had therapy but refuses to fly because of her spinal injury.

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