Five cabin crew members were injured when a Sri Lankan Airlines Airbus A330-200 hit severe turbulence on a flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo. The flight, UL 564, was over the Arabian Sea off the Indian coast, around 90 minutes from its destination, when it encountered what the carrier described as “turbulent conditions.” Sri Lankan spokesperson Janaka Perera said the aircraft was at normal a cruising altitude of 39,000 ...

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