Climate changes will impact the North Atlantic flight corridor and travelers can expect to encounter more turbulence according to scientists.
What does NAFC stand for?
NAFC stands for North Atlantic Flight Corridor
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- National Association of Friendship Centres (Association Nationale des Centres d'Amitié - Canada)
- Naval Air Ferry Command (US Navy)
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- Non-Appropriated Fund Central Accounting Branch
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Scientists found that turbulence will increase in the North Atlantic flight corridor due to climate change Turbulence on transatlantic flights will become more frequent and severe by 2050 as carbon dioxide emissions rise, leading to longer journey times and increased fuel consumption, British scientists said in a study on Monday Apr.
Exhaust gases from subsonic jet aircraft are affecting the ozone layer, the troposphere and cloud cover over the Northern Hemisphere every minute of every day as hundreds of heavy jets fly back and forth through the North Atlantic Flight Corridor and over the continental US.