The flight was flying above 30 thousand feet.. such severe turbulence occurred!


Singapore Airlines Turbulence: A Singapore Airlines flight faced heavy 'turbulence' while going from London to Singapore. Tragically, one person died and several others were injured in this incident. According to the information, flight SQ206 had left from Heathrow Airport in London and was going to Changi Airport in Singapore. 

According to the information, this flight was flying above 30 thousand feet. During the flight, the flight suddenly encountered strong winds, due to which heavy 'turbulence' was created in the aircraft. Due to this 'turbulence,' one passenger died and many others were injured. Emergency landing of the flight was done in Bangkok. Due to turbulence persisting for some time, the flight was diverted to Bangkok.

211 passengers and 18 crew.

The injured were immediately taken to the hospital after reaching the airport. No information has been received yet about the seriousness of his injuries. Singapore Airlines has expressed deep sorrow over this incident and expressed its condolences to the family of the deceased. The airline has also promised to provide all necessary assistance for the treatment of the injured. It has also come to light that there were 211 passengers and 18 crew members on board the flight. The flight was scheduled to land at Singapore's Changi Airport at 6:10 pm.

This incident raises serious concerns about the safety of air travel. Turbulence is a common phenomenon during air travel, but events of this intensity are rare. It is still not clear why the 'turbulence' occurred with such intensity. The airline and concerned authorities are investigating the incident.

Turbulence: Sudden disturbance in air travel.

Turbulence, also known as air turbulence in air travel, refers to unstable motion in an aircraft caused by sudden changes in the atmosphere. This can be caused by strong winds, changes in temperature, or differences in atmospheric pressure.

During turbulence, the aircraft may rock up and down, forward and backward, and sideways. It may be like a slight shock or it may be so severe that it forces the passengers to jump from their seats.

Although turbulence may seem scary, it is usually not dangerous. Modern aircraft are designed to withstand turbulence and pilots are trained to fly the aircraft safely in these conditions.

Some common causes of turbulence:

Atmospheric weather: Weather patterns such as thunderstorms, storms, and cold fronts can cause turbulence.

Mountains and hilly areas: When aircraft fly over mountains or hilly areas, the airflow can become unstable, causing turbulence.

Changes in aircraft velocity and altitude: When an aircraft flies rapidly or changes altitude, sudden changes in the air can cause turbulence.