Yesterday, 35 passengers were injured during turbulence aboard the Air Canada AC33. An airplane with 269 passengers aboard was on the way from Vancouver to Sydney, when he faced "unexpected and sudden" turbulence somewhere over the Pacific Ocean, the airline said.
Without warning, the device suddenly fell to 30 meters. Passengers and crew members who were not stuck in their belt at that time were cut into the ceiling.
"The girl in the chair, which preceded me, got into the trunk, she broke down, and the oxygen masks came down, which caused a great deal of panic," one of the passengers of the local media said. According to another passenger, the crew simply distributed food during turbulence. And the flight attendants and the food were sitting on the ceiling.
See how passengers recover from shock: