Toronto ON – Pilot Dan Baz is answering your flying questions here on the Cornwall Free News.
If you have a question about flying you can email Captain Dan or post below.
My wife is a bad flyer. She’s very afraid, Where is the best place to sit in a plane that you feel less of theturbulence and motion movement. I assume some seats feel more then others or am I dreaming? ( From Mario)
Flying through turbulence can be uncomfortable, especially for those who are somewhat apprehensive about flying in an airplane. Pilots always try to maintain a smooth flight. However as the weather, air currents and smooth air are beyond human control, it is not always possible. There is not much difference in feeling the turbulence between the front and the back of an airplane. Although, sitting in the middle or the front part of the cabin, it may feel somewhat better.
Question posted by Mario
A bit more about Captain Dan:
Captain Dan Baz enrolled in Flight School at the age of 16.
He has completed studies in Aircraft Engineering and Master of Business Administration. He has been at the controls of many different types of aircraft, from single engine Cessnas to large intercontinental jets on global routes.
Over the last four decades he has flown thousands of hours up in the blue sky.