Why you can stop hating turbulence

Fear of Flying School interview

Many of you have told me that turbulence is the thing you fear most.

That’s despite the fact that it DOES NOT represent a threat to your plane.

In fact, there are NO examples in recent decades of a plane crashing thanks to turbulence.

So why do people hate it?

I think it’s because they don’t know what it is. And in the absence of FACTS, negative thoughts go unchallenged.


Why you needn’t fear flying through turbulence: two experts debunk the myths

Dr Bruce Carmichael and Dr Bob Sharman

Dr Bruce Carmichael and Dr Bob Sharman

Does turbulence reduce you to a gibbering wreck?

If so, this interview could be a GAME-CHANGER for you.

Joining me are two of the world’s top experts in the field of aviation weather research.

Dr Bruce Carmichael is the Director of the Aviation Applications Program at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

His colleague, Dr Bob Sharman, is Project Scientist with the Program.

Their work focuses on how to get better weather information into the hands of people like pilots and air-traffic controllers.


The science of lift revealed

Professor Holger Babinsky

Professor Holger Babinsky

Do you feel there’s something UNNATURAL about a giant plane being held up by thin air?

If so, you owe it to yourself to discover the very real – and very powerful – force that makes it happen. I’m talking about lift.

Why do you need to get your head around lift?

Because if you feel there’s something mysterious about how planes stay in the air, you’ll ALWAYS find air travel Hellish.