No pilot would deliberately penetrate turbulence so severe it could jeopardize control of the aircraft or the safety of its occupants. Yet as recent accidents have demonstrated, high-altitude flight can produce upsets due to the combination of high-speed aerodynamics and unique weather characteristics in the upper atmosphere. According to the Airplane Upset Recovery Training Aid, an industry-produced tool available through the Flight Safety Foundation ...

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