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Airbus plane with hundreds of passengers in heavy turbulence-video shows the waving of the devastation

on a flight from Arizona to Hawaii, which calls for numerous injuries . Images from the Airbus show the full extent.

Honolulu - The case illustrates which dangers are at risk of flying if you are not strapped: during a long -haul flight of the Hawaiian Airlines from the US city of Phoenix to Hawaii, several people have been seriously injured. Because of sudden, heavy turbulence.

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The machine, an Airbus of the A330-243 Airbus, had dropped down rapidly at an altitude of about 11,000 meters due to extreme air displacement. Then some passengers were thrown out of their seats. People flew against the ceiling or somewhere else, it was officially said. According to initial findings, 36 aircraft inmates injured themselves, eleven of them seriously. According to the authorities, a 14 -month -old child and a teenager are among them, and it also met crew members.

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pictures and videos from the interior of the Hawaiian Airlines machine illustrate the dramatic extent: the ceiling cladding contains cracks, there are loud things around the floor. Passengers sit or lie dazed on their seats, sometimes they have carried bloody wounds. Oxygen masks hang down. Despite the drastic incident, the large -scale aircraft with 278 passengers and 10 crew members ultimately ended up safely.

shortly before Hawaii: Air of air in fully occupied aircraft

produced a meteorologist of the national weather service to NY Times that a weather warning was published for thunderstorms at the time of turbulence in the area above the Pacific before Hawaii. The incident happened around 30 minutes before the destination during the approach. Such air movements can be caused unexpectedly by cold and warm weather fronts, thunderstorms, jet streams or even heavy and slowly flying aircraft.

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According to the Hawaiian Airlines airline, the fully occupied plane landed at 11:00 a.m. local time (Sunday morning) at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu. Immediately after landing, the injured passengers were cared for by medical staff. There are head injuries, bruises and cracks, in mortal danger.

  Airbus-Flieger mit Hunderten Passagieren in schweren Turbulenzen – Video zeigt Spur der Verwüstung © provided by Merkur Photo © Jazmin Bitanga/dpa

turbulence in the aircraft more often on flights over oceans and mountains

The Honolulu Civil Beat website quotes a passenger whose mother would have had no opportunity to strap herself on the flight. "She flew up and hit the ceiling", and the turbulence "came out of nowhere". The examinations of the HA35 flight now also refer to what extent the passengers were warned by the crew and whether the stroke signs were activated.

turbulence occurs from time to time, especially on long -haul flights. As the Portal Reisereporter.de describes, this often happens on flights over the Atlantic. It can also wiggle more often over Northern England and Northern Europe. (Pf)

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