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Get ready for more bumpy flights due to climate change

Researchers are saying that Clear-air turbulence, like the one that injured 27 passengers on a flight from Moscow to Bangkok recently, could as much as triple by the end of the century. Jose Sepulveda(@josesepulvedatv) has more.    ...

Flying With a Lap Baby Does Not Make You a Bad Parent

In the wake of last weekend’s Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Bangkok where the plane encountered severe and unexpected turbulence resulting in injuries to a couple of dozen passengers including at least three young children, I want to put on my ‘internet armor’ and talk for a minute about lap babies. Show More Summary

Flight So Turbulent Some Broke Bones

Some passengers were hurled to the ceiling Monday when an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Bangkok hit a patch of turbulence so severe that dozens of passengers were injured. The Boeing 777 hit what's known as "clear air turbulence" around 40 minutes before landing in Bangkok, where 27 passengers were...

Turbulence Last Night: Broken Spines, Babies Thrown From Mothers’ Arms

Sunday night’s Aeroflot flight SU270 from Moscow to Bangkok hit severe turbulence and 20 people were severely injured. Continue reading Turbulence Last Night: Broken Spines, Babies Thrown From Mothers’ Arms...

Passenger video shows aftermath of severe turbulence - CNET

3 weeks agoTechnology : CNET: News

Commentary: A flight from Moscow to Bangkok hits several air pockets. A video posted to YouTube shows how bad it was and serves as a seatbelt reminder.

Severe 'clear air turbulence' leaves 27 passengers seriously injured

At least 27 people on board an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Bangkok were injured on Monday after their plane hit an undetectable air pocket, the Russian embassy in Thailand said in a statement. Read more| Linking Blogs | Comments

At least 27 hurt in turbulence on Aeroflot Moscow-Bangkok flight

3 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

BANGKOK/MOSCOW (Reuters) - At least 27 people were injured on an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Bangkok on Monday when their Boeing 777 hit an air pocket, the Russian embassy in Thailand said in a statement. It said 24 of the injured were Russian nationals and 15 of them were taken to a Bangkok hospital for treatment. The other three injured were from Thailand.

Turbulence injures 27 on Aeroflot flight to Bangkok

3 weeks agoNews : The Lookout

Passengers on an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Thailand were slammed into the ceiling after their aircraft hit a patch of severe turbulence injuring 27 people, some of them suffering fractured bones, witnesses and officials said Monday. Show More Summary

Severe Turbulence On Aeroflot Moscow-Bangkok Flight Leaves At Least 27 Hurt

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Caught on camera: Dozens injured after flight from Moscow to Bangkok hits severe turbulance pic.twitter.com/s9H1ildueg — TODAY (@TODAYshow) May 1, 2017 BANGKOK /MOSCOW (Reuters) - At least 27 people were injured on an Aeroflot flight...Show More Summary

Turbulence injures 27 on Aeroflot flight to Bangkok

Twenty-seven people have been injured, several with suspected spinal damage, after an Aeroflot Boeing 777-300 on which they were travelling from Moscow to Bangkok hit strong turbulence. The Russian Embassy … Click to Continue »

Turbulence leaves 27 seriously injured on passenger jet

At least 27 people - including three babies - suffered major injuries including suspected broken spines in the carnage which happened en route from Moscow to Bangkok.

Several injured as Aeroflot flight hits turbulence before landing in Bangkok

BANGKOK/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Several passengers were injured on an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Bangkok when their Boeing 777 ran into "severe turbulence" 40 minutes before landing at the Thai capital on Monday, the Russian airline said in a statement.

Moscow Hopes Bangkok Will Resist US Pressure to Extradite Russian

Moscow hopes Bangkok would be able to withstand US pressure to extradite Russian citizen Dmitry Ukrainsky, Russian Foreign Ministry's Human Rights Ombudsman Konstantin Dolgov told Sputnik on Thursday,

Thailand Wants Food-for-Military-Equipment Barter System With Russia – PM

Bangkok is interested in purchasing Russian military equipment in exchange for agricultural products exported to Moscow, Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Thursday.

People Tilt Their Heads in Selfies Shot in NYC, Don't Smile in Moscow

3 years agoNews : Trending Now

There is not just an art to the selfie. Apparently there is also a science, founded in where you're taking said photo. Selfiecity is a study based on photos that people took of themselves in five different cities: Bangkok, Berlin, Moscow, New York and Sao Paulo. Show More Summary

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