Turbulence bad at channel

I’m flying over the English Channel in a a319 and turbulence is bad. If you set it it would be at extreme

Increase or decrease your altitude can help :)

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also decrease or increase the speed can help.

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Turbulence is no reason to worry. Please check if similar topics are already existing before creating a new one next time. If you have any specific questions not answered yet, don’t hesitate to post them/make a topic nonetheless obviously.

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i dont believe he asking anything but simply stating so this isnt similar to the linked thread you hhave in your post.

but yes it also very bad over southern France and northern France

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Increasing speed will not really help, only to be faster out of the turbulence area.
Slowing down speed will get the movements more smoother.

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Sorry if my initial post was too harsh. I just do read turbulence related posts all the time here on the forum.

A better way to report turbulence on the forum than creating a own topic could be this (even though I never used it so far):

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its all good,

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Turbulence is from 27000 ft to 33000 ft

yeah thats right, sorry for my not clearly answer.

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@United2 Turbulence can be at any altitude

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I know but it’s bad at those

if the Autopilot still can handel them every thing is okay 😅

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Off, flying over the channel tomorrow on a a319…
Hope it gets better before then ; ]

IRL it’s much easier to avoid turbulences (except clean air turbulence) due to the weather radar. No worries!

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