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I have flown many times over the past couple years, and while always a bit nervous of turbulence, I normally did fine. In two days I need to fly to Chile for a meeting. I am so nervous I am sick at my stomach. But, I think I know why; I can't stop thinking of that Air France flight that went down in thunderstorms a couple years ago after leaving Brazil.
The past few days I have been glued to weather radar in the equatorial regions. I am flying from LA and my only solace seems to be that there appears to be less storm activity on the West side of So America than on the East. Is that true?
How can I stop thinking of that Air France flight? Is it true that it is very turbulent when flying over the equator no matter where you cross it? Any advice would be appreciated.
BTW, I do have a copy of your Flying Without Fear book and it will be on my iPad!