Three Thai Airways crewmembers were injured Sunday when their flight on descent into Osaka struck severe turbulence over the Pacific Ocean at about 16,500 ft. The three flight attendants were taken to a hospital after the aircraft, a 777 en route from Bangkok, landed at Osaka Kansai. Flight 622 was carrying a total of 244 passengers and crew. Unlike the flight attendants, the passengers were seated and wearing seatbelts in preparation for landing and none were reported injured in the ...

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