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1. IATA Launches Platform for Airlines to Share Turbulence Data
IATA has launched Turbulence Aware, a data resource to help airlines avoid turbulence when planning routes tactically in-flight. Turbulence Aware is designed to augment an airlines ability to forecast and avoid turbulence by pooling and sharing (in real time) turbulence data generated by participating airlines.
2. Qatar Airways Joins IATA Turbulence Aware Platform
Qatar Airways has become the first airline in the Middle East to join the IATA Turbulence Aware platform. IATAs Turbulence Aware helps airlines mitigate the impact of turbulence, a leading cause of passenger and crew injuries and higher fuel costs each year, by pooling and sharing anonymized turbulence data from multiple participating airlines and thousands of daily flights. Publi
3. Injuries as Qantas Flight QF68 Hits Turbulence over Borneo
Injuries as Qantas Flight QF68 Hits Turbulence over Borneo. The overnight Qantas flight QF68 between Hong Kong and Perth encountered severe turbulence over Borneo in Malaysia approximately 4 hours out of Hong Kong.
4. Turbulence causes Air Canada to Divert Flight from Sydney
Turbulence causes Air Canada to Divert Flight from Sydney. Air Canada flight AC34, en route to Vancouver from Sydney, made an unscheduled landing at Honolulu after encountering turbulence approximately one hour north east of Honolulu.
5. Severe Turbulence hits Cathay Pacific Flight CX708 from Bangkok to Hong Kong
Severe Turbulence hits Cathay Pacific Flight CX708 from Bangkok to Hong Kong. Cathay Pacific has confirmed that a total of eight people, five passengers and three of the airlines cabin crew, were sent to hospital following an incidence of severe turbulence on Thursdays CX708 flight from Bangkok to Hong Kong.
6. CAAS and EASA to Study Aircraft Wake Turbulence at Changi
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have signed a Working Arrangement to conduct a study of aircraft wake turbulence at Changi Airport, with the aim of reducing aircraft separation standards safely.
7. Air Canada Flight Diverted After Hitting Turbulence; Injuries Reported
Air Canada flight AC088, en route to Toronto from Shanghai, was diverted to Calgary after hitting turbulence en route. 21 passengers were transferred directly to local hospitals from the airport, comprising 8 with non-life threatening injuries, and 13 for observation.
8. Airbus Tests Flapping Wing-Tips
Airbus engineers have developed a scale-model aeroplane with the first in-flight, flapping wing-tips that could revolutionise aircraft wing-design. Airbus has drawn on nature to develop its semi-aeroelastic hinge concept to reduce drag and overall wing weight, while combating the effects of turbulence and wind gusts.

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