The Severe Turbulence Encounters
Air Navigation Commission • 13m
There is good awareness that we will have to adapt our lives to cope with the effect of climate change. Today we explore whether encounters with severe turbulence are related to climate change and, if so, how well positioned we are to manage the impact of encountering them in flight. This should help ANC to have a conversation about whether adjustments to the current global regulatory environment might be needed in the future.
Dr Paul D. Williams: Professor of Atmospheric Science at the University of Reading, The United Kingdom
Mr Brent King: Head Flight Operations, Flight & Technical Operations, International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Ms Deniz Kaymak: Associate Environment Officer
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