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Published by Aimee Lutkin on Lifehacker

If you’re a nervous flyer, turbulence of any kind is alarming.

It’s especially bad when you’re coming in closer to the ground during landing. There are a lot of bumps and jolts that can feel frightening as they’re happening—but they’re nothing your pilot isn’t trained to handle.

Mike Arnot interviewed pilot Shannon Pereira for The Points Guy, grilling her on the most common landing issues associated with weather. Some of them are so scary looking, they have a fan base of people who film them for our terror-viewing purposes.