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Extreme turbulence sends flight attendant flying through the cabin

Turbulence aboard a flight from Pristina to EuroAirport Basel on June 16 was strong enough to throw a flight attendant and her trolley to the ceiling and send them crashing down on passengers, dramatic video taken on board shows. Mirjeta Basha recorded this video aboard the ALK Airlines flight. She told the Swiss news site 20 Minuten she was convinced the plane was going to crash. Describing the scene she recorded, Basha said, “A flight attendant slammed her trolley on the ceiling. Cups flew around, some were scalded by hot water.” Basha’s husband was among 10 people who were taken for hospital treatment on landing, the airport said. What causes turbulence during flights, where in the world is it most common and is it dangerous? Map reveals where queasy passengers are most likely to experience turbulence in the world: Can you die from plane turbulence? Flight attendant claims you can’t – so stop being scared: Passengers left vomiting and crying during severe turbulence on UK bound Ibiza flight as deadly Storm Ali batters Britain: Three injured as Delta plane nosedives TWICE in extreme turbulence sending drinks trolley and bags hurtling across cabin before emergency landing: From Brexit breaking news to HD movie trailers, The Sun newspaper brings you the latest news videos and explainers from the UK and around the world. Become a Sun Subscriber and hit the bell to be the first to know Read The Sun: Like The Sun on Facebook: Follow The Sun on Twitter: Subscribe to The Sun on Snapchat:



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