Climate change could shake up the aviation industry

04/9/2013 | National Public Radio

Climate change could mean that the geographical space experiencing turbulence on transatlantic flights will double by 2050, researchers say, with the average strength of turbulence increasing by up to 40%. That could force route changes that increase the cost of fuel and tickets.

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